Tag Archives: EUGDPR

Business as Usual for GDPR Compliance Despite Brexit

by Ross Dyer

All over the UK people woke up this morning to something many thought would not happen: Britain voting to leave the European Union. It will take years and possibly even decades before we fully appreciate the repercussions. But from a data protection and privacy perspective, little in reality will change. The UK can’t afford to let its digital economy be locked out of Europe, which is why the government is likely to enforce laws on a par with the forthcoming European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The message is clear for UK IT security bosses: stay on the path towards GDPR compliance. Continue reading

Talking Threats and Cementing Growth at Another Packed Out Infosecurity Europe

by Bharat Mistry

Last week we spent three jam-packed days at Infosecurity Europe 2016: one of the largest events of its kind in the world. As always, it was a great opportunity to share our expertise with some of the 12,000+ attendees who came along. But the show also offered a valuable chance to find out what really matters to information security professionals here in the UK.

It might not surprise you to learn that ransomware and data breaches were two of the hottest topics at the show this year. Continue reading