Almost half of UK-based organisations still do not understand what the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are, according to research from Nexsan, a global leader in redefining unified storage. With the legislation coming into effect from May 25th 2018, organisations have less than a year to prepare, or risk fines of up to 4% of their global revenue.
IBM has introduced sweeping advances to its data governance and data science initiatives designed to help developers and analysts tap into the power of cognitive computing.
Lastline documents the pain data breaches cause security professionals.
Informatica’s Data Governance & Compliance Solution for GDPR is industry’s first intelligent, integrated solution designed to engage business, IT and security on their journey to GDPR.
Wipro has launched its first ‘State of Cybersecurity Report, 2017’ which highlights the macro, micro and meso environmental trends in cybersecurity in 2016 and imminent disruptions that can affect future trends.
HCL Technologies (HCL) has launched General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) services to help organizations comply with EU GDPR regulation. The new GDPR Regulation which is mandated to be adopted by May 2018, extends the data rights of individuals and requires organizations to develop clear policies and procedures to protect personal data and adopt appropriate technical and organizational measures.
Low confidence and a lack of awareness is hampering smaller businesses’ preparations for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) with only a year until the May, 2018, deadline, according to a recent survey commissioned by data management company NetApp.
Gartner has highlighted the top technologies for information security and their implications for security organisations in 2017.
Risk management specialist enables organisations to tackle global change.
Growth of cloud computing and workforce mobility contributing towards increased security and compliance challenges around SAP.
Over half say they would trust technology over humans as a way of avoiding mistakes.
New solutions provide visibility, simplify migration and protect critical data across clouds with no lock-in.
Becomes just the second company ever to receive Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) approval through Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC).
Proofpoint has published its annual Human Factor report findings, which detail that cyberattackers are relying more than ever on exploiting people instead of software flaws to install malware, steal credentials/confidential information, and transfer funds.
Provides critical capabilities and solid foundation for GDPR compliance.
Alert Logic has published the results of a survey conducted amongst 317 security professionals in the UK, Benelux and Nordics, which reveal the latest data points and trends in cybersecurity.
Almost half (44%) of IT & telecoms companies are unaware of the new wide-ranging data protection rules which come into force in less than a year’s time - despite 17% admitting the maximum fine for non-compliance would force them out of business, whilst 12% said it would lead to large scale redundancies.
Cited as ‘the most comprehensive privacy regulation globally,’ GDPR will introduce heavy fines and extensive requirements to minimise risk to personal data.
The security software market is undergoing a dramatic transformation due to four key developments, according to Gartner, Inc. The use of advanced analytics, expanded ecosystems, adoption of software as a service (SaaS) and managed services, and the prospect of punitive regulations are causing enterprises to rethink their security and risk management software requirements and investments.
Tough new EU laws mean businesses could be liable for fines of up to 20 million euros (£17m) or 4% of their worldwide turnover, warns leading law firm Blake Morgan.