GDPR The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation which sets out the minimum requirements for Data Protection in the EU. It is a bit more stringent than the Data Protection Act, which is the current legislation in the UK. The UK has been heavily involved in its development, and it will come … Continue reading G is for…
A while back I posted on here about The Cloud and some of the security concerns associated with it. I’ve just published a podcast covering the same topic which I hope will help bring some of it to life for you. EasyCyber Episode 3 If you like the podcast, why not subscribe to my You … Continue reading Episode 3 – The Cloud
This post originally appeared on my LinkedIn profile (see About Me for details of that), and was aimed at security professionals with an interest in the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR.
I’m sure that many of you will have heard of the Data Protection Act (DPA) which is used to help protect an individual’s personal data. You’ll also probably have heard mutterings about GDPR and Brexit, how one is affected by the other, but you may not be too clear what this means in terms if … Continue reading Changes to Data Protection laws