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GDPR has reinvigorated companies’ efforts to ensure personal information is protected and handled properly.

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The number of publicly known data breaches decreased last year compared to 2017, despite harsher breach notification rules going into effect in Europe. The number of compromised sensitive records also went down by more than a third, from 7.9 billion records to around 5 billion.

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According to every statistic I’ve read, there is still a huge chunk of business owners who have not even read the GDPR yet, let alone done anything about it. To be clear; no matter the size of your business, you have to comply.

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One of the defining moments for tech in 2018 was on May 25, when the EU implemented its General Data Protection Regulation — the ominous GDPR.

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GDPR is now six months old – it’s time to take an assessment of the regulation’s impact so far.

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Next year is already shaping up to be a cybersecurity headache for researchers and businesses alike

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“I think it’s of great concern to marketers,” Bill Hearn, a regulatory law specialist in the Folger Rubinoff firm told a Toronto workshop sponsored by the Canadian Marketing Association.

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GDPR has already been in place for nearly six months and, despite a number of domesday predictions made in the lead-up to the implementation date on 25th May, most have not come to pass

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Collected data increases in sensitivity over time when details are combined and related to generate an accurate and complete picture or profile for individual clients.

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The experts I spoke with also saw concepts in the GDPR that were naturally complimentary to PIPEDA. Concepts like “accountability” and “privacy by design” could, and perhaps, should be given prominence in legislative amendments to PIPEDA.

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