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Survey: Most firms unprepared for GDPR

4th February, 2018

More than eight out of ten companies have not made any proper planning provision for dealing with email under the general data protection regulation (GDPR), according to a survey from Waterford Technologies.

Waterford Technologies, an archiving compliance and file management business, polled 2,050 decision makers from its client base and across industries in Ireland, Europe and in Britain, looking into their GDPR readiness and preparation.

The research also found that only half of the respondents had...

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