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New data protection legislation, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is due to come into force in in May 2018. Developed to streamline existing EU data protection laws and increase protection for personal data of EU citizens, the new legislation will affect organisations on a global scale.
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They may not know it, but most businesses in Singapore could be combining waste streams in order to reduce their negative environmental impact as well as the risk of a security breach, protecting their reputation and bottom line.
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The percentage of the mobile workforce is increasing and with it, looking increasingly vulnerable to information security threats.
The average organisation loses around 5% of its revenue to fraud each year, with the rise of identity theft crimes creating a global epidemic. Creative fraudsters are using increasingly sophisticated methods to impersonate individuals and organisations for their own financial gain, so preventative action is more important than ever to stop identity theft.
The typical organisation loses 5% of its revenues to fraud each year. With more opportunities for thieves to steal personal information than ever before, there is a global epidemic of identity theft crimes.
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Under the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), enforced by the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC), corporations can now face up to a S$1 million fine for failure to protect the personal data it is responsible for.
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