Cyber-risk

Companies accelerate ways to be GDPR compliant as countdown to enforcement begins

Cybersecurity and privacy has always been a matter of concern for the industries worldwide. Customer data is continuously under the risk of cyber-attacks like security breaches, email threats, malware, bots, mobile vulnerabilities etc. The latest to be added to this list was WannaCry ransomware that hit some of the major companies around the mid of this month. The increasingly data-driven world needs equal attention to the protection of user data and files in organizations’ systems. The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was approved by the EU parliament in April 14th, 2016 and was brought in-force after 20 days, as an effort to protect the user data. But, the policy was to be made applicable in all the member states after two years of the enforcement date, i.e. by May 25th, 2018. M...

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