May 2018 signals a watershed moment for data protection regulation which should be seen an opportunity for greater emphasis to be afforded to information security, and the processes that support this across organisations.
GDPR - Process change is just the beginning, but more interestingly we will see new technologies and use-cases being born and blossom that we can't yet imagine says Todd Ruback.
According to a Bitdefender study, an overwhelming majority of UK IT decision makers (ITDMs) have the most confidence in data storage in their own country.
Almost 1.4 billion data records compromised in 2016 as hackers targeted large-scale databases across multiple industries.
Tech companies are seeking to move their data centres out of the UK's jurisdiction to avoid any data privacy issues due to Brexit and the GDPR.