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GDPR and cyber-risk insurance: how can insurers improve their cyber-risk products

Just shy of GDPR’s two-year anniversary, businesses, from large multinationals to the corner store, must consider data protection in their operations. Faced with new requirements, such as data security, prudent

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Improving Cyber-Risk Management with ISO 27001 and the 10 Steps to Cybersecurity

With over four billion worldwide internet users, there is little doubt that the power of online communication is recognized by organizations and individuals alike. It is also clear that we

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The Biggest Cybersecurity Threats to Enterprises in 2020

Businesses are facing unique threats both externally and internally, and modern cybersecurity must meet the challenge.Cybersecurity is arguably the biggest challenge facing IT departments today. Click here to view original

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Dealing With Viruses, Computer and Biological

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are increasingly calling on employees to work from home. Hospitals, clinics and doctor’s offices are preparing for massive numbers of infections, not

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Privacy regulators and the challenge of enforcement

Privacy regulators are in a very tricky position when it comes to enforcement, according to Tim Hickman, partner at White & Case LLP. Two years on from GDPR, privacy regulators are

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Data protection in 2020 – six key predictions

Globalisation of privacy, employment rights, industry spotlights, ethical data handling and the future of DPOS. According to Forensics Research, the Global GDPR Services Market is expected to reach $3.3 billion

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Data protection – your business’ reputation is at stake unless you take action

Barely a week goes by without a firm needing to apologise for sharing customer information or for calling customers by the wrong name. Apparently, there is even a Data Protection

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More than 40% of privacy compliance technology will rely on AI by 2023

Over 40% of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence (AI) by 2023, up from 5% today, according to Gartner. The research was conducted online among 698 respondents in



This is the type of question that keeps many cybersecurity professionals up at night — and for good reason. Damages from cybercrimes are projected to cost over 6 trillion dollars in

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Don’t Just Rely On Data Privacy Laws to Protect Information

Data privacy laws are evolving to allow individuals the opportunity to understand the types of data that companies are collecting about them and to provide ways to access or delete