Latest GDPR publications
In recent years there has been a lot of talk about blockchain and GDPR’s compatibility. According to experts, some of blockchain’s key characteristics, including immutability and transparency, collide headfirst with the EU’s data regulation. However, data protection officer Olga Stepanova believes the two can work in harmony! Speaking at TechWeek Frankfurt, Olga discussed the ways… Read More
Despite it being over a year since GDPR was introduced, more than half of UK businesses are failing to comply with the legislation, a new report suggests.
The survey of 250 UK GDPR decision makers, conducted on behalf of data security firm Egress, found that 52 percent of businesses are not fully compliant with the regulation, which came into force in May 2018.
The Information Commissioner’s Office will fine the hotel chain for the breach which affected around 339 million people Hotel chain Marriott is facing a fine of £99 million over a data breach which is estimated to have affected around 339 million customers. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fine relates to a data breach at the… Read More
ICO fine amounts to 1.5 percent of the airline’s annual turnover British Airways is set to be fined more than £183 million over the 2018 data breach that saw 380,000 customer payment cards compromised. Alex Cruz, BA chairman and chief executive said he was “surprised and disappointed” by the proposed penalty from the Information Commissioner’s… Read More
It’s almost a year since GDPR came into effect. What have marketers learned? And what can they do better? Data is vital for modern marketers. From small and fresh online bookstores to famous gadget manufacturers to financial corporations, customers’ data provides for seamless interaction, personalization, and delivery. Tons of sensitive information like emails, phones, and… Read More