Keeping up to speed with technology changes

Even when it comes into effect on May 25, GDPR will be a major focus for the first 18 months as companies learn what happens when you don’t comply with it

18th February, 2018
Michael Daughton, partner in risk consulting at KPMG

General data protection regulation (GDPR) might be on the tip of every business’s tongue, but the rate of change with technology can feel like a barrier to success

It’s hard to talk about security or privacy, or data in any form, without bringing up GDPR. Even when it comes into effect on May 25, it will be a major focus for the first 18 months as companies learn what happens when you don’t...

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