GDPR - The changes and the steps businesses need to take
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GDPR – The changes and the steps businesses need to take

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline scheduled to go live 25th May 2018, we thought that it was appropriate to have another look at the European directive that will have a global impact.   Though a legal requirement created by the EU, GDPR is applicable to personally identifiable information (PII) related to EU […]

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NIS directive & GDPR: Regulations that will have a global impact
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NIS directive & GDPR: Regulations that will have a global impact

By Natasja Bolton, Senior Acquirer Support QSA With the increase of malware and other malicious cyber security attacks that have had a global impact in the last few years, governments around the world have been trying to implement concrete safeguards through regulation. The goal of these regulations being to not only protect valuable infrastructure services […]

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Identity theft – why criminals want more than just payment data
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Identity theft – why criminals want more than just payment data

Increasingly, over the last few years, criminals are specifically looking to gain access to consumers’ identity data and not just their payment data. The main reason for this is that with consumer identity data there are few limits to the fraudulent purposes the data can be used for, which makes it much more desirable.   […]

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EU General Data Protection Regulation, what you need to know  
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General Data Protection Regulation, what you need to know  

By Natasja Bolton, Senior Acquirer Support QSA   The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR for short, will affect the processing and movement of the personal data of the approximately 500 million citizens populating the EU Member States. The new legislation will apply across all EU Member States from 25th May 2018.   Furthermore, the […]

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