Procrastination might be common human behavior but in the case of the European Union's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR), it could be deadly to the bottom line of a large percentage of American companies.
In 2016, reported data breaches increased by 40%.What will 2018 hold? We’re hoping for the best, we saw 2017 data breaches get more messy and serious.
Cyber-criminals have had 12 months to hone and perfect their skills as a growing number of shoppers opt to make more of their purchases online.
Survey reveals that users would no longer do business with any organisation that suffered a data breach
Depending on the size of your organization and the information security measures you have implemented, applying the GDPR’s requirements can be a big challenge.
It seems like regardless of a system’s size or how much diligence goes into preparing for or hardening against attack, no-one is safe.
By taking action to prepare for GDPR today, your organisation will prevent potential financial and regulatory consequences.