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EY Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2018, GDPR, Technology, Data Privay, Data Security, Cybersecurity

60% of Indian corporates are still not familiar with GDPR: EY Report

Indian respondents showed limited understanding and readiness toward GDPR compliance; 60% are unfamiliar with the regulation, only 13% have a plan and less than 30% are not using FDA techniques to support GDPR compliance, says EY’s Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2018.
Rajesh Maurya, Regional Vice President, India & SAARC, Fortinet

Fortinet Rajesh Maurya: Traditional security no longer works for financial services

NGFWs, antivirus, spam filters, multi-factor authentication, and a comprehensive breach response plan all have an important job to do. But the issue rests with what’s missing.
Nilesh Jain, Vice President – South East Asia and India, Trend Micro

Privacy by Design: That’s what GDPR teaches to corporates

As organizations create new products and applications post-implementation of GDPR, privacy by design must be kept in mind.
Sophos Principal Research Scientist Chester Wisniewski

GDPR is teaching the world to collect less information from customers: Sophos Senior Security Advisor Chester Wisniewski

GDPR is teaching us to collect less information from our customers unless we really need it. Even if you don't need to comply with GDPR, this is simply a good practice.
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