Many organisations will not know how many of their customers are EU citizens, posing a further challenge when assessing risk exposure.
I can see what needs to be improved to make the “whole” better, rather than only seeing problems from the perspective of one silo.
Cyber is not just an IT issue, it is an issue for the whole organisation and especially for leaders. They need to genuinely know what it is they are trying to protect.
Failing to conduct an assessment or to notify will be considered an interference with the privacy of the affected individuals.
Data can tell subtle things about how a business is operating. Mathematics has given me the skills to extract and share those insights – and do so internationally.
Now is the time for organisations to pay attention to how information is managed and protected – read our privacy trends for 2017
It’s been a big year for privacy for organisations, with a bigger year to come. It’s comforting to know that even Santa has his own privacy challenges.
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The newest part of the Australian Government’s policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions came into operation from 1 July 2016.
The ground swell of opinion from leading thinkers is health and safety management needs to move from ensuring that ‘as few things as possible go wrong’ to ensuring that ‘as many things as possible go right.’