GDPR
3:10
Friday

POPI, GDPR will see data storage costs soar

Encryption is the only way to protect data, but encrypted data consumes significantly more storage, warns Infinidat.

4:40
Wednesday

Social media becomes biggest data breach threat

Half of all records compromised in the first half of 2018 were from social media data breaches, says Gemalto.

3:20

Google exposed user data

Google will shut down the consumer version of its social network Google+ after announcing data from up to 500 000 users may have been exposed to external developers.

5:30

Lessons to learn from the Facebook hack

This incident may become a notorious milestone of GDPR enforcement by the €EU regulators, according to High-Tech Bridge.

4:00

Governed source validation assists GDPR/POPI compliance

GlueData leverages the standard SAP Business Rules (BRF+) functionality that is already part of the SAP landscape.

0:40
27 Sep

eBook: Streamline your path to compliance

Take advantage of the security and compliance capabilities of Microsoft 365 to help meet GDPR requirements.

3:50

POPI and GDPR: do businesses actually get it?

Companies should be investigating content management platforms that manage and protect their enterprises, says Lenore Kerrigan, country sales director at OpenText South Africa.

1:10
Sep 14, 2018

Dallmeier provides info on GDPR video security

The company has produced a brochure and a 'Quick Guide' on interpreting the regulations of the GDPR as they relate to video technology.

1:10
Sep 10, 2018

White paper: Why Africa needs to dance to the GDPR tune

South African organisations should apply universal precautions when dealing with data.

2:00
Aug 22, 2018

GDPR and SA businesses

All efforts expended on GDPR will place SA organisations in good stead for POPIA compliance, says Virtual Alliance.

2:40
Aug 20, 2018

ITWeb workshop to unpack requirements of GDPR, POPI

'Comparing the implementation requirements of the GDPR to those of POPIA' will run from 8am to 12:30pm on 6 November.

2:10
Aug 17, 2018

Global security spending continues upward trajectory

The research firm expects the worldwide information security products and services market to grow by 8.7% to $124 billion next year.

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