GDPR means having a wide safety net

As companies become more security conscious, the topic of cyber insurance is increasingly coming to the fore

1st March, 2020
GDPR means having a wide safety net
The cost of a breach or attack is more than just paying a fine; it involves reputational damage, loss of revenue and the cost of recovery

Close to two years since GDPR came into play, most people are well past the initial conversations about security and delving into the details.

Considering the long road it’s been to make companies realise how important security is, it can feel like the hard work has been done. Yet the conversation has moved on to what happens when you have the basics taken care of.

Everyone’s security and privacy set-up will be different,...

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