Government aligns data laws with GDPR

The UK government announces details of its data protection law that will align with the EU’s GDPRTHIS ARTICLE COVERSData protectionRELATED TOPICSAntivirusSecure Coding and Application ProgrammingContinuityCloud securityData Breach Incident Management and RecoveryEndpoint and NAC ProtectionRelated ContentGovernment to strengthen UK data protection law– ComputerWeeklyWhat happens to data protection when we leave the EU?– ComputerWeeklyQueen’s Speech praised for certainty on data …– ComputerWeeklyLatest NewsMore than one million new phishing sites created each monthIreland mulls datacentre planning review to help others avoid Apple-like build delaysEnterprise SDN adoption rapidly approaching tipping point, claims reportView All NewsLatest Blog PostsAsia-Pacific most hit by ransomware– Eyes on APACVeritas strengthens Azure data management functions for a more ‘solid cloud’– CW Developer NetworkView All BlogsDownload Computer WeeklyIN THE CURRENT ISSUE:Can DevOps deliver on digital potential?Can retailers be too far ahead of the tech curve?Openreach and rivals want collaborative approach to broadbandDownload Current IssueThe UK government has announced details of its Data Protection Bill, which it said will update existing law to make it fit for the digital age.



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