Fraud & Security
GDPR – Burden or Benefit?Are companies putting GDPR in place so they can avoid huge potential fines, or will the new regulation help them to do more with personal data by building a personal sense of trust with their customers? Mandeep Sandhu, head of compliance at Carbon Black, outlines the GDPR challenges, why we need it, the transition journey, and when organisations will move from meeting its requirements to embracing the potential of GDPR. … [Read more...] about GDPR – Burden or Benefit?
GDPR is coming: Are you ready?The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in less than a year (May 2018). If you are among the 96% of companies that according to research still do not understand GDPR, here is what you need to know. … [Read more...] about GDPR is coming: Are you ready?
What it will cost loyalty marketers to become EU data law compliant The EU data law is due to come into effect in December 2017. Between now and then loyalty marketers will have to have to manage a heavy workload in implementing necessary change in order to be technically prepared.Article by Dene Walsh, operations director of Verso Group. … [Read more...] about What it will cost loyalty marketers to become EU data law compliant
Loyalty marketers sleep walking into law breaking The consumer opt-in consent protection for marketing campaigns is being rendered obsolete by new EU legislation. Jeremy Whitaker, chairman of Verso Group, explains what this means for marketers and how they can continue to use customer data. … [Read more...] about Loyalty marketers sleep walking into law breaking
Loyalty schemes will be directly affected by EU data reformsCountries in the EU are currently working on their responses to the complex policy proposals suggested for the handling and storage of personal data. The legislative changes currently underway are of critical importance to the loyalty sector. Jeremy Henderson-Ross, legal director and general counsel – EMEA for Aimia suggests companies should play an active part in the discussions. … [Read more...] about Loyalty schemes will be directly affected by EU data reforms
Encryption is the equivalent of a seat belt for dataThe first thing most of us do when we get into a car is put on a seatbelt, whether we’re driving or just along for the ride – it’s so important that it’s the law in the UK. We don’t plan to have an accident but, just in case we do, we’re protected. So why don’t we give our data the same courtesy, asks Andy Cordial, Managing Director at Origin Storage. … [Read more...] about Encryption is the equivalent of a seat belt for data
Cloud Computing – understanding the risks and questions to ask your service providerAdam Bosnian, VP of Products, Strategy and Sales at Cyber-Ark gives a run-down on the risk and control aspects that cloud computing poses - and what important questions companies need to ask their cloud service provider. … [Read more...] about Cloud Computing – understanding the risks and questions to ask your service provider
A Friendly Reminder: Compliance Does Not Equal SecuritySecurity standards require you to build best practices in IT security. Article by Ari Takanen, Founder and CTO of Codenomicon … [Read more...] about A Friendly Reminder: Compliance Does Not Equal Security
Data breaches and fraudCurrent infrastructures may be insufficient to deal with fraud resulting from a data breach. … [Read more...] about Data breaches and fraud