The General Data Protection Regulation has had a mixed reception since its introduction in May 2018, according to a survey by ICSA: The Governance Institute.
One year on, not everyone is impressed with data protection rules. Indeed, a survey reveals that many organisations feel the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the European Union 12 months ago, has led to no significant improvement in their knowledge of how to manage and protect data. That’s a shame, but GDPR is not going away—and we now know the consequences.
Research by ICSA: The Governance Institute reveals that 42% of those polled feel their understanding of data protection has remained the same over the past 12 months, despite the introduction of GDPR.
A total of 39% believe the new rules have “s
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