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What will GDPR mean for your business? Róisín Kiberd examines what is in store

2nd April, 2017
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For Ronan Murphy, founder and chief executive of Cork-based IT security firm Smarttech, the impact of GDPR is uncertain.

“I think there are some really significant challenges in store for organisations trying to get their house in order before 2018. I think it’s going to be chaos, I really do,” he said.

The way we collect, deal with and dispose of information is changing: a new EU directive will be brought in...

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