DDC AS Blog

2019 on track to be the “worst year on record” for data breach activity

The first six months of 2019 have seen more than 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches exposing an incredible 4.1 billion compromised

Leaving the EU: Brexit and GDPR

With the deadline for Brexit looming, businesses must be aware of their obligations towards data and need to understand how

Data Breaches: Did you know?

Did you know that the first computer virus known as ‘The Creeper’ was discovered in the early 1970’s? And that

What should you do if your data has been breached?

Unless you are one of the lucky ones, you will have probably received an email from a subscription, bank or

GDPR was just the beginning

January 2020 will see the introduction of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), this will be the first act of

The dangers of Subject Access Requests

When you receive a Subject Access Request (SAR) you are obliged to return a copy of all of the information

Is GDPR now being taken more seriously?

There was no hiding from the hype made around the introduction of the GDPR but many hid away from acting

The financial impact of Subject Access Requests

According to the recent article published by IT Pro, just under half of UK organisations have seen costs rise, attributed

DDC AS Launches SmartRedact

Manchester, UK –  1st August 2019  Today DDC Analytic Solutions (DDC AS), a leading provider in automated information management, discovery

Don’t be blindsided by your organisations handling of data

Whilst the news that many CEO’s are not being informed that their companies aren’t GDPR compliant caused surprise across the

1 in 3 Organisations are struggling to implement the GDPR

Almost a third of European businesses are still not compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to accounting

Lancaster Uni Phishing Attack

Lancaster University has had the personal data of students and applicants stolen in a ‘sophisticated and malicious’ phishing attack. Hackers

The Human Element of Data Security

Without handing over complete control of the world to machines – which has never worked out too well in the

Third Party Data Protection

Are your suppliers GDPR compliant? Do they work to the same standards as you? Are they protecting your data with

DDC AS
WordPress Video Lightbox