September 23, 2017 / melissa
Have you ever heard of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation? or more commonly known as GDPR? It’s this legislation that would replace the Data Protection Act of 1998 which the United Kingdom currently follows. It would introduce bigger consequences for breaches and non compliance, and would also make security more open to consumers so they may have a say of what to and what not to do with their data, according to ITPro.
What’s this got to do with the public cloud, you ask? Well, it turns out that some companies aren’t still securing data in the public cloud, not only risking consumer data but also risking non-compliance with GDPR, something that could lead more problems in the future. These are problems you would want to avoid in the future. Read on for more.- Robert Cabigao
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