The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced from next year, superseding the Data Protection Act (DPA)
most physical defence systems can see, hear or detect threats from air, sea and land, logical attacks are unique in that they can come from anywhere, anytime
By far the most common answers to the questions; "Are you worried about GDPR?
he General Data Protection Regulation aims to protect EU citizens’ data, regardless of borders or where the data are processed.
The threat of cyber attacks, hackers and ransomware are all contributing to an increase in the amount of time and money companies are investing to protect their most valuable assets, their data and documents.