GDPR will increase reported breaches and trigger a flood of ‘Right to be Forgotten’ requests

June 10, 2018 John McLeod


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now being enforced, and 60 percent of affected businesses are not prepared. This is concerning, but I’m not here to spread the fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD). GDPR is a good thing. It requires businesses to better protect any personal data of EU citizens that they control or process. Ironically, over the coming months, it’s going to look like companies are doing a worse job at protecting the data, because they’re also required to better understand and monitor data privacy and more diligently report any breaches – which means… We’ll see a significant…

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