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Any Canadian business that collects personal information about residents of the European Union — whether they’re tourists, students or online customers — risks maximum fines of $30 million or more if they violate a sweeping new EU privacy law

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Put simply, now that GDPR has arrived it isn't the end -- it's a new era of data privacy wherein organisations will have to constantly reevaluate data security and the consequences for failures. The GDPR journey is just beginning.

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The minor changes in PCI DSS 3.2.1 reflect how existing requirements are affected once the effective dates and SSL/TLS migration deadlines have passed so that organizations can accurately report how their implementations meet these existing requirements after 30 June.

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Being compliant does not necessarily equate to having a secure environment, and according to industry insiders, most if not all large organizations who have been breached in the recent past were in fact compliant with PCI-DSS at the time they were breached.

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In order to provide simplicity while retaining security and control, organizations believe that there needs to be a compromise. But is a compromise actually necessary?

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