Browsing All Posts published on »April, 2017«

EU GDPR – Organisations can run but they cannot hide.

April 19, 2017

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In response to my earlier blog ‘EU GDPR Fines Clarified – Cutting through the ‘FUD’ for clarity as to how organisations will be exposed to fines under The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it is unlikely the Supervisory Authorities are going to come out swinging, looking for heads to roll. For the simple fact […]

EU GDPR Fines Clarified – Cutting through the ‘FUD’

April 14, 2017

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The blogspace is a flood with fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) tactics pumping up the pending European General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The headline grabber and favourite being the €20m or 4% fines applied to global turnover (NOT profit) for infringement. This level of fine is somewhat eye watering taken raw. However, ensure you take […]

Technology Companies, the secret source in the Hackers Armory

April 3, 2017

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It comes as no surprise to read of an ‘Advanced Chinese hacking campaign infiltrates IT service providers across the globe’ following the announcement a few days earlier from the UK National Cyber Security Centre  ‘Global targeting of enterprises via managed service providers’. Whilst the UK National Cyber Security Centre confidently states ‘We have no evidence […]