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Survey: A third of SA businesses are prepared for a data breach

While more South African businesses are ready for GDPR compliance than POPI, fortunately there's time for them to catch up.

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Sep 7, 2020

Can you afford not to comply?

As well as the financial impact, non-compliance can cause customers to lose confidence in the company or brand, says Authlogics.

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Aug 25, 2020

IoT.nxt gets ISO certification, GDPR compliance

The company has received triple ISO certification and finalised compliance with EU General Data Protection Regulation requirements this month.

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May 7, 2020

Handling the changing data governance landscape

It is vital to adopt a more strategic method to ensure compliance, and imperative to understand what data you already have, says Johan Scheepers, country head at Commvault SA.

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Apr 20, 2020

The time to modernise payroll systems is now

Cloud-based HR and payroll solutions trump legacy offerings every time, says PaySpace.

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Marriott International suffers another major data breach

Personal information of 5.2 million guests may have been affected, says the hotel group.

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Mar 10, 2020

SA’s top financial players invest in data privacy start-up

Cape Town-based Omnisient lands pre-Series A funding from Nedbank, Investec and Compass Venture Capital, ahead of the POPI Act.

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Mar 2, 2020

Compliance is just good business sense

There is every chance GDPR will ultimately end up having a bigger and more immediate effect than the POPI Act, says Turrito Networks.

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Feb 5, 2020

GDPR heralds new age of robust data management

Even collecting data about or dealing with a person of European nationality falls under the new regulations, says Stuart Pearce, MD of data specialist TD Global.

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Compelling reasons for SA firms to comply with POPIA

Where does the Protection of Personal Information Act come into the data privacy picture for South African businesses?

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SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

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What GDPR means for SA businesses

South African entities that flout data privacy requirements face fines under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

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