You know the vital importance of adopting cyber security measures. You’re fully aware of how crucial it is to protect your business and that includes its reputation and its sensitive data. You’ve quite rightly, and shrewdly, taken steps to install systems and processes to reduce the risk of technology failures that could open the floodgates for an attack. You’ve put in place a comprehensive educational programme for staff so that the human risk element is covered. You’ve even secured everything physically as well as digitally. But are you missing anything? No? Are you absolutely certain?
We see regular reports on almost a daily basis of cyber-breaches and attacks on large organisations. However, the issue is certainly not just a problem for multi-national organisations. In fact, it’s not just a business related issue at all. Anyone can be at risk of a cyber-breach including on a personal level, in particular those who hold senior executive positions or are known to be of high net worth.
In just over eight months, one of the most far-reaching and comprehensive pieces of European regulation will change the face of how data is stored, handled and protected. The Regulation will increase expectations and rights concerning data privacy, and will push organisations to follow strict cyber security practices. Could your business survive a fine representing 2 per cent of turnover? If not, read on to discover what you should be doing to get it right with GDPR.
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