Weekly News Recap – February 23- March 01


41 GDPR Fines Issued in Germany


Surging cybersecurity spending


GDPR regulations slash marketing consents for UK car dealers

British car dealerships are having to adjust to a world in which they have less marketing data to drive new business as GDPR regulations eat into their freedom to operate, according to research conducted by Marketing Delivery.Directly comparing data from the fourth quarter of 2017 with the final three months of 2018, after GDPR...


How has GDPR affected cybersecurity since it became law?

The initial fanfare might have subsided, but some universal truths remain.Businesses that overlook their data protection responsibilities now face the possibility of huge fines as well as reputational damage.The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which took effect on May 25, 2018, aims to give people control of their personal data and create a high, uniform level of data protection across the EU that’s “fit for the digital age”...


Data protection in a post-Brexit world

 As “deal or no deal” talks continue and UK companies prepare for Brexit, data protection is a crucial issue that is not getting the attention it deserves. British firms have spent a significant time preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as EU members. However, due to Brexit they may have to significantly re-think their approach and get ready to comply with GDPR from outside Europe – a very different scenario….


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