Ruaraidh Thomas: Why organisations need GDPR

Brings data protection up-to-date

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Ruaraidh Thomas: "GDPR will require organisations to protect customers to a much greater degree."
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Ruaraidh Thomas: "GDPR will require organisations to protect customers to a much greater degree."

Ruaraidh Thomas says firms should welcome the GDPR as it will enable them to harness the power of data to give better business insights...

On 25 May this year, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force giving firms just six more months to comply with new regulation. GDPR aims to bring the EU Data Protection ...

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