Author: Adrian Bridgwater / Source: Computer Weekly
Data engineering departments and their corresponding software application development shops have got the message regarding the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by now, right?
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Apparently not says Veritas Technologies, the data specialist firm that now chooses to style itself as the ‘multi-cloud data management’ firm.
Veritas claims to have uncovered what may be worrying ‘findings’ in its Veritas 2017 GDPR Report — although thirty-seven per cent of UK organisations claim to be ‘GDPR-ready’, Veritas estimates that only nine per cent of UK firms that believe they are prepared for the GDPR actually are.
When survey respondents were asked about specific GDPR provisions, most provided answers that show they are unlikely to be in compliance, states Vertias.
The implication, if this survey holds water, is that there is a widespread and distinct misunderstanding over regulation readiness.
“With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) less than one year away,…
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