GDPR has placed renewed focus on the issue of information security, and the potential impact of a data breach on involved organisations. Obviously, a data breach can have substantial financial consequences. Depending on the severity of the GDPR infringement, administrative fines can reach up to €20 million, or 4% of annual global turnover, whichever is higher.
There’s a lot of confusion in the air currently for small businesses surrounding GDPR! So let us set the record straight when it comes to sending emails. If you are sending emails with personally identifiable information (PII) (here’s the ICO’s guide on what actually counts as personal data.) you need to take adequate lengths to protect
Everyone has recently come out of the woodwork to discuss how they can help keep you safe from cyber security threats due to the looming GDPR deadline. But, for most of them, it’s just theory. After all, GDPR doesn’t become enforceable until May which leaves some room for them to figure it out as they
In the world of technology, you may have heard a big buzz recently about GDPR with intimidating phrases like cyber security, penalties, business costs and hackers being thrown around. It’s not as scary as all that but as a business owner you will need to pay attention because if you house any sensitive data at