It's time to face the reality of the world in which we live, where almost any service we use runs on our personal data.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls for updated rules to govern the Internet, suggesting new regulation in four areas.
Data privacy must be part of organisational DNA rather than a one-time compliance exercise.
The promise of blockchain could be undone by recent advances in the protection of personal identification information.
As the first General Data Protection Regulation summons is issued, how will you protect your firm from a similar fate? asks Anton Jacobsz, MD at Networks Unlimited.
Companies that have been operating in the €EU may be required to appoint an EU-based GDPR representative, says Webber Wentzel.
Master Data Management's Gary Allemann discusses a four-pillar approach to structuring General Data Protection Regulation programmes.
The regulation identifies encryption as a key technology to reduce data security risks, says Thales.
ITWeb and Sophos are running a survey to find to examine the current state of preparedness for the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA).
All organisations that collect and use customer data will have to bear the cost of new systems and staff, says IT Governance Network.
Take advantage of the security and compliance capabilities of Microsoft 365 to help meet GDPR requirements.
CallCabinet's Atmos platform uses advanced GDPR fortifications like enhanced data encryption and keys that safeguard certificates and passwords.