The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in the UK in May 2018. It has generated a lot of tension within UK businesses with respect to the new obligations it will create when it comes to protecting and collecting consumer data. Your clients may currently have all sorts of questions about how the regulation is likely to impact what they do and how they deliver services. Thankfully, complying with the GDPR is not as complex as it seems.
Businesses are seeing an increase in the number of malicious emails being received on a daily basis, with it being estimated that nearly half of all emails received are now spam. Email is an effective method of cyber attackers reaching your customers’ businesses and infecting their network with ransomware.
As a business with a detailed data management plan in place, your customers can focus on their internal operations and day-to-day product development or service delivery. At the same time, pressure from external sources is mounting to push every business to adhere to high security standards and protect their customers’ data.