Tag Archives: GDPR

Knowing your network: identity management

The increasing number of cyber-attacks on consumers, and businesses alike, highlights the fact that the corporate world has a lot to reflect upon when it comes to how we protect digital identities and safeguard our data. 

Anurag Kahol, co-founder of Bitglass, a Forcepoint Company, discusses the risks of password usage, regulatory compliance, and the importance of better identity and access management (IAM) processes in the workplace. 

In a zero trust world, where is the UK?

President Biden’s Executive Order has opened the doors to Zero Trust, but will Boris Johnson follow suit? Tony Scott, board member, ColorTokens, former federal CIO for the Obama administration, offers his insight.

Enhancing marketing in the digital age

Organizations need to have full oversight into the behavior patterns of their target market to make better business decisions ultimately. This can lead to the ethical and responsible use of personal data as well as the ability to deliver great personalization and relevance for consumers. These tactics are essential for business success and will help organizations navigate their marketing tactics in both the long and short term, says Guy Hanson, Vice President, Customer Engagement at Validity.

IT cost-cutting mistakes to avoid

Denis Koloshko, chief technical officer (CTO) at software development and systems integration specialist IDS Group, advises on the key IT cost-cutting mistakes, and how to avoid them.

GDPR: All bark no bite, three years on

Three years ago today, the General Data Protection Regulative (GDPR) was introduced as part of EU law on data protection and privacy. However, on the three-year anniversary, Russell Loarridge, Director UK of ReachFive, argues that the regulation is all bark and no bite.