Tag: GDPR

25 May

GDPR 2.0: You Thought It Was All Over…

25 May

Duncan Brown Research Director, European Security Practice Read full bio  @duncanwbrown What? You thought that GDPR was over by May 25th, and you never wanted to think about it again? Sorry folks, but we’ve just had the taster. Firstly, the bad news. GDPR is not a one-time project. Many organisations have approached GDPR like a […]

25 Apr

Trio Of Partners Acquired By Vendors Proves Ecosystem Thinking Is Alive And Well

25 Apr

Hannah Breeze  Senior Research Analyst, IDC’s European Channels and Alliances program Read full bio    @Hkbreeze We’ve recently seen a spate of acquisitions in the European channel, and they have been particularly interesting for one main reason – they have involved vendors acquiring partner organizations. In our worldwide predictions earlier this year, we predicted that we […]

15 Apr

You Must Decide What State of the Art Means to Your Organization!

15 Apr

Martin Whitworth Research Director, European Data Security & Privacy at IDC Read full bio  @martinwhitworth The GDPR concept of ‘state of the art’ (SotA) continues to cause confusion for many – and I’m afraid that even though SotA is used throughout the GDPR (and the Network and Information Security directive), nowhere is it defined – […]

09 Apr

GDPR Sprint: 6 Considerations to Hit the 25 May 2018 Deadline!

09 Apr

Carla Arend Program Director, European Software Read full bio  @carla_arend With the GDPR deadline of 25 May 2018 fast approaching, will you be compliant when the regulators come knocking? It could be close: while 43% of organizations surveyed by IDC believe they will be ready in May this  year, almost the same number (40%) are […]

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