15-04-2019

Infographic – Making personal data secure: a major challenge facing businesses

Data volumes growing at an incredible rate, company data being lost in increasing amounts. IT decision-makers in the public and…

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20-06-2018

China and the digital revolution: how do you access a market with such huge potential?

China is an extremely dynamic market – the second most powerful in the world, in fact. The country is highly attractive to companies the world over. But before you try to tackle this market, it’s vital to understand the specific challenges, conventions, and regulations faced when it comes to doing business in China. For many businesses, the Chinese market is…

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20-02-2018

Cyber insurance: a new way for companies to defend against cyberattacks

No company is immune from the wrath of cyberattacks these days. So to tackle the threat, businesses are equipping themselves with the tools they need for protection upstream, and so they can get back up and running again after an attack. But more and more firms are also turning to cyber insurance. 2017 saw attacks involving the likes of ransomware…

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03-10-2017

Brexit: the UK pushes for free flow of data with the EU

In June 2016, the British people voted in a referendum to leave the European Union, meaning the future of UK-EU relations is at play at this point in time. Three priorities have been set out for the negotiations: the financial settlement of the divorce, the rights of EU citizens living in the United Kingdom, and the border between Northern Ireland…

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05-04-2017

GDPR: what do European companies need to do to comply?

After more than 4 years of negotiations and hundreds of amendments, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was finally published in April 2016. The new legislation, which replaces a Directive from 1995, enters into force in May 2018. And if businesses want to avoid a fine which could be imposed if the new European rules are violated, now is the…

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22-08-2016

GDPR: Are cloud applications ready for 2018?

The amount of data collected by companies in Europe is skyrocketing. In an effort to harmonize data protection regulations between EU member states, the European Commission has adopted the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), a new regulatory framework which comes into force in 2018. A recent study revealed that the vast majority of cloud applications used by companies don't currently…

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