GDPR in the Coronavirus Age

With COVID-19, it might be easy to miss the second anniversary of the GDPR on Monday 25 May. But GDPR is still highly relevant, especially here in the UK, as it relates to the use of mobile apps to support…

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New Data Architectures are too Data-Store-Centric

New Data Architectures are too Data-Store-Centric

Too often the design of new data architectures is based on old principles: they are still very data-store-centric. They consist of many physical data stores in which data is stored repeatedly and redundantly. Over time, new types of data stores,…

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3 Pillars of GDPR Compliance

The Forrester report “Predictions 2018: A year of reckoning” predicted that 80% of firms affected by the GDPR will not be able to comply with the regulation by the time it comes into force on May 25. Of those noncompliant…

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The Facebook Data Scandal and the GDPR

Privacy is a right. These days, people’s privacy extends to their data, and recent events prove just how harsh the punishment can be for not respecting it. In just two days, following the recent data privacy scandal, Facebook lost over…

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3 Steps to Data Protection Compliance (GDPR)

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on May 25th, 2018, and all businesses that serve European Union customers will be required to comply. Companies that fall short of compliance with GDPR will be subject…

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