Henley Business School and GDPR Summit Series announce new partnership

GDPR Summit Series, the UK’s leading GDPR event series, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Henley Business School’s GDPR Transition Programme. The partnership aims to ensure organisations receive the foremost guidance on achieving GDPR compliance, and brings together an alignment of the UK’s leading data protection experts. Ardi Kolah, Director of the GDPR […]

Key steps to GDPR compliance – Part 2

There are less than five months to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect but some businesses are not even thinking about it yet, or are only just starting to. In the second of three blogs on GDPR compliance, we’ve set out the key steps for starting compliance projects. Read the […]

Get 30% off your GDPR Summit London tickets

With only one week away until the GDPR Summit London, there are only a few remaining tickets. The event is designed to help organisations prepare for the upcoming GDPR, providing a roadmap for compliance across all departments. We bring together industry-leading speakers to share their professional insight and practical GDPR guidance across three keynote theatres. […]

DDoS Defence Demands a Hybrid Approach

Just imagine that a DDoS attack is crushing your network. Your enterprise’s internet pipe is under siege and almost to capacity. There is nowhere else for the traffic to go, making it impossible for legitimate user traffic to get through. So, what is the result? The attack is successful, your network or services fall down, […]

Why GDPR is not just an IT issue

The deadline for compliance with the new GDPR regulation is fast approaching and many organisations are scrambling to get their houses in order. With sky-high fines for breaching the regulation and the fact that court orders can require changes to business processes for those found in violation anyway there’s good reason for organisations of all […]

Company which made 75 million nuisance automated calls in four months is fined by the ICO

A company which made 75 million nuisance calls in four months has been fined £350,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Miss-sold Products UK Ltd made the automated marketing calls between 16 November 2015 and 7 March 2016. The calls contained recorded messages, primarily promoting PPI compensation claims, but the company did not have the recipients’ […]