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Richard Jones

Successfully implementing GDPR: Compliance and Awareness

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,17/11/17 09:39

The General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR) is essentially about privacy. It relies on cyber security controls to ensure that legitimately used Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is adequately protected against the numerousthreats that could serve to defraud or harm us as individual citizens. 

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Richard Jones

GDPR – Keeping things simple.

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,02/11/17 10:33

 

Type GDPR into Google and you will get just shy of 6 million results. Factor in the complexity of each and every article and it’s easy to see why many are parking it in the ‘too difficult’ pile...

That said, the UKs ICO is doing a pretty good job of busting a few myths and articulating the requirements in easily digestible chunks. When you strip away the layers of GDPR, at its core, it’s similar to the current Data Protection Act (DPA). It’s just been scaled up to reflect the tech-centric environments within which all organisations now operate.

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Richard Jones

Data Discovery: The only place to start with GDPR

GDPR

,31/10/17 10:27

To those new to GDPR, it may appear like a complex task for which there are so many actions it’s almost impossible to know where to start. I would wager that GDPR has, or will, seem like this to those who are in the process of preparing themselves for its arrival next May.

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Kirsty Trainer

Improving Cybersecurity in the Contact Center: How to Reduce the Risk of a Breach  [Webinar]

Cybersecurity

,26/10/17 15:02

 

The negative impact of a data breach has wide reaching consequences, it’s not something that can be solved with a “Sorry” and a slap on the wrist. Alongside PCI DSS, new GDPR legislation coming into force in May 2018 will be putting even more pressure on businesses to keep their cyber-security at a high standard. 

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Richard Jones

Five reasons why GDPR isn’t all about fines.

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,25/10/17 16:52

 

Most conversations about GDPR gravitate towards the subject of fines. There are two camps; those who contend they’re a hollow threat and those who argue they will be meted out to serve as a warning to others. The problem is that fines are too often being pitched as the business case for investment. After all, €20m can by a lot of logging technology and consultancy hours!

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Richard Jones

Successfully implementing GDPR: Compliance and Awareness

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,17/11/17 09:39

The General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR) is essentially about privacy. It relies on cyber security controls to ensure that legitimately used Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is adequately protected against the numerousthreats that could serve to defraud or harm us as individual citizens. 

Read More
Richard Jones

GDPR – Keeping things simple.

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,02/11/17 10:33

 

Type GDPR into Google and you will get just shy of 6 million results. Factor in the complexity of each and every article and it’s easy to see why many are parking it in the ‘too difficult’ pile...

That said, the UKs ICO is doing a pretty good job of busting a few myths and articulating the requirements in easily digestible chunks. When you strip away the layers of GDPR, at its core, it’s similar to the current Data Protection Act (DPA). It’s just been scaled up to reflect the tech-centric environments within which all organisations now operate.

Read More
Richard Jones

Data Discovery: The only place to start with GDPR

GDPR

,31/10/17 10:27

To those new to GDPR, it may appear like a complex task for which there are so many actions it’s almost impossible to know where to start. I would wager that GDPR has, or will, seem like this to those who are in the process of preparing themselves for its arrival next May.

Read More
Kirsty Trainer

Improving Cybersecurity in the Contact Center: How to Reduce the Risk of a Breach  [Webinar]

Cybersecurity

,26/10/17 15:02

 

The negative impact of a data breach has wide reaching consequences, it’s not something that can be solved with a “Sorry” and a slap on the wrist. Alongside PCI DSS, new GDPR legislation coming into force in May 2018 will be putting even more pressure on businesses to keep their cyber-security at a high standard. 

Read More
Richard Jones

Five reasons why GDPR isn’t all about fines.

GDPR, Cybersecurity

,25/10/17 16:52

 

Most conversations about GDPR gravitate towards the subject of fines. There are two camps; those who contend they’re a hollow threat and those who argue they will be meted out to serve as a warning to others. The problem is that fines are too often being pitched as the business case for investment. After all, €20m can by a lot of logging technology and consultancy hours!

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Cyber Security Insights

Richard Jones
17/11/17 09:39

Successfully implementing GDPR: Compliance and Awareness

The General Data Protection Requirement (GDPR) is essentially about privacy. It relies on cyber security controls to ensure that legitimately used ...

Read More

Richard Jones
02/11/17 10:33

GDPR – Keeping things simple.

  Type GDPR into Google and you will get just shy of 6 million results. Factor in the complexity of each and every article and it’s easy to see why ...

Read More

Richard Jones
31/10/17 10:27

Data Discovery: The only place to start with GDPR

To those new to GDPR, it may appear like a complex task for which there are so many actions it’s almost impossible to know where to start. I would ...

Read More

Kirsty Trainer
26/10/17 15:02

Improving Cybersecurity in the Contact Center: How to Reduce the Risk of a Breach  [Webinar]

  The negative impact of a data breach has wide reaching consequences, it’s not something that can be solved with a “Sorry” and a slap on the wrist. ...

Read More

Richard Jones
25/10/17 16:52

Five reasons why GDPR isn’t all about fines.

  Most conversations about GDPR gravitate towards the subject of fines. There are two camps; those who contend they’re a hollow threat and those who ...

Read More