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Nearly half (45 per cent) of small businesses don’t have a cyber security plan for their business according to research by Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group.
Almost a third of UK executives surveyed say their firm has no cybersecurity insurance, compared to 40 per cent in other countries surveys . Only 28 per cent of UK firms surveyed have cybersecurity insurance that covers all risks, 69 per cent of respondents say insurers should do more to explain how they price risk.
Falling foul of the incoming data protection laws could cost your company millions. But failing to accurately and efficiently qualify and cleanse your customer data could cost you so much more, says Robin Caller, CEO of LolaGrove.
Eighty-four per cent of UK small business owners and 43 per cent of senior executives of large companies are unaware of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation, according to Shred-it’s seventh annual Security Tracker research, conducted by Ipsos.
GDPR provides increased rights for individuals and will be enforced from May 2018!
GDPR could create a corporate tsunami, and yet, not only companies but the media seem to be asleep. Must we wait for it to hit before we wake-up?
The first GDPR Conference Europe was held recently at the County Hall, London, and with it, delegates learned some hard truths – but it was not all gloom. If you missed it, don’t sweat, there is another conference coming up in June.