There are two ways to look at GDPR: either as protecting people’s privacy or giving companies a legally-defined way to collect and process data.
The provider became aware of the cyberattack on Friday and was working to secure its systems
Higher education is not immune from the far-reaching powers of the EU’s GDPR legislation and there are plenty of potential risks for the sector, says Serena Tierney
Andy Samsonoff, CEO of Invinsec, talks cyber security
VWV’s Stephanie Rickard reviews some recent developments in procurement law and highlights anticipated changes on the horizon
Head of business and technology at the University of Gloucestershire, Prof Kamal Bechkoum, explains why new processes are needed
Sponsored: "All organisations need to audit current data flows and assess where confidential info may be at risk," warns Shred-it's VP
Business owners are surprisingly unprepared as deadline looms
Sponsored: Universities need to be confident that all confidential information is effectively destroyed, says Neil Percy, VP Shred-it EMEAA
The world of higher education is about to be turned on its head, says Ian Armstrong
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