Tuesday June 2, 2020

Tackling the problems of GDPR

Former rugby star Mike Ross is helping Irish businesses get to grips with preparations for the general data protection regulation

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

27th August, 2017
Mike Ross, commerical director of Wizuda Picture: Fergal Phillips

An unlikely source is looking to get more Irish businesses ready for the implementation of the general data protection regulation (GDPR) when it comes into force next May.

Former Ireland rugby international Mike Ross is looking to use his layman’s approach to educate companies about the EU regulation on how companies store and use customer data.

When he retired from his playing career with Leinster at the end of last season, Ross took...

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