Is GDPR still stoking fears?
NHS trusts have spent between £500 and £111,200 on GDPR compliance
Much-criticised CLOUD Act becomes law without a debate, makes it easier for authorities to seize private data on their citizens without a warrant
Disparate efforts are no longer enough argues Jim Conning of Royal Mail Data Services
GDPR: Google to demand that publishers gain consent from users on its behalf when using Google's ad technology
Google to make publishers responsible for obtaining consent for third-party websites and apps that rely on Google tech for ads
Security firm says a lack of funds and appropriate tools are to blame
IBM is targeting companies with critical data in the cloud or on-prem that could be at risk of being breached
Anish Chauhan of Equilibrium Security Services and Yves Mertens of Cisco agree that the GDPR touches too many areas for one product or process to handle
With the GDPR enforcing geographic storage requirements, experts advise research before investment
Elizabeth Denham keen to 'bust myths' about the regulator's approach to compliance
It might cost £110, but that's cheap compared to the cost of consulting with the best data protection lawyers - or a fine under GDPR
GDPR compliance probably comes pretty far down the list of small business concerns
Eerke Boiten, Professor of Cyber Security at De Montfort University, argues that extortion via GDPR fines is not a realistic addition to the criminal repetoire
The information included passport scans, drivers' licenses and medical insurance cards
Organisations in Germany have spent even more
With time running out, what are the key compliance lessons organisations can learn from other IT leaders?
The EU's GDPR regulation is supposed to help focus business leaders' minds on security. But will it help cyber criminals more than CIOs and CISOs?
Prepared for when GDPR comes fully into force on 25 May 2018?
Vendors need to be liable when their software is breached, says David Venable
Digital secretary Matt Hancock urges organisations to prepare for GDPR - with less than half even aware of the new law
With only four months to go, many organisations haven't even heard of GDPR, let alone made the fundamental data-protection changes it demands
With just four months to go, firms will struggle to achieve compliance
University tech fund invests in academics whose research has commercial potential
Government proposes new changes to Data Protection Bill to protect security researchers
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