That’s the penalty you could face for failing to comply with GDPR. If that doesn’t seem like a lot, how does 4 per cent of your total global revenue sound?
By demanding businesses protect personal data ‘by design and default,’ GDPR has raised questions about the cloud, big data and the Internet of Things. But it also points to answers.
What’s the use of being security-obsessed? Thinking about privacy isn’t just about dodging a blow to your bottom line. It could strengthen your products, processes and customer relationships. Find out how.