EU compliance starts with a good data protection policy

Senior executives might be scratching their heads in confusion at what steps they need to take to make their organisation fully compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Policy (GDPR).

6th September, 2015
John Lester, senior sales engineer with Sophos

A structured method rather than one based on a knee-jerk reaction is the most sensible approach, according to John Lester, senior sales engineer with cyber security company Sophos.

“The easiest mistake to make is to wade in and lock everything down. If you deny access to all data, nobody can access anything and you’ll go out of business by the afternoon. You need to think about what is legitimate, enable that to happen and then...

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