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The first GDPR rulings on spreadsheet breaches are in – are the floodgates opening?

The impact of GDPR is starting to be felt. The UK Home Office appealed a data breach ruling under new legislation with an interesting outcome for businesses working with spreadsheets.

Topics: GDPR & Data Governance Data Security & Cyber Risk 2018.10 redesign data management

5 things your software vendor should be doing to support your company’s data-governance priorities

Data-privacy laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) not only require your business to be compliant; they also require your company to ensure that the suppliers and partners who manage your data are compliant as well.

Technology vendors, like Ventiv, are classed as data processors when they hold or have access to your data. It is this classification that means they are subject to data protection rules, just as organizations that collect data are.

Topics: Data Security & Cyber Risk risk management GDPR & Data Governance

Excel spreadsheet vulnerability leads to KCC’s Grenfell Tower data protection verdict

We are in the final stages of counting down to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which officially comes into force on 25th May 2018. This means that these are the final weeks for businesses to assess, implement, and amend processes to sufficiently protect any data that is collected and stored before significant penalties come in for slack information protection practices.

Topics: GDPR & Data Governance

The business case for applying GDPR-level data governance across regions

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is upon us, becoming enforceable on May 25, 2018. It’s no exaggeration to say that achieving compliance (as well as being able to demonstrate compliance) requires that companies make a fundamental shift in how they approach data governance. Companies worldwide are struggling with the magnitude and scope of the GDPR; however, those that get data governance right can reap significant benefits.

Topics: Data Security & Cyber Risk risk management GDPR & Data Governance

What should risk, insurance, claims, and safety leaders be doing to prepare for GDPR?

The European Union’s sweeping new privacy law—the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR—is the farthest-reaching data privacy law in the world. It becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018.

Topics: Data Security & Cyber Risk risk management GDPR & Data Governance 2018.10 redesign

Asia-Pacific privacy framework shows data privacy is not just a European “thing”

The deadline for compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)—May 25, 2018—is rapidly approaching. With so much focus on GDPR, it’s easy to forget that making data privacy a fundamental legal right is not just a European priority. As companies put together their data governance and compliance strategies, it’s crucial that they do so with a global perspective. Now and in the future, companies need to ensure their strategies are flexible enough to satisfy a growing list of international compliance requirements.

Topics: GDPR & Data Governance Data Security & Cyber Risk