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Why ‘no breach’ is bad news for your compliance

On Mar 3, 2020
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Why ‘no breach’ is bad news for your compliance - you might think it’s a good thing if your organisation has a clean record when it comes to data breaches, but this is not necessarily the case: https://t.co/Hha77riGPP #GDPR
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You might think it’s a good thing if your organisation has a clean record when it comes to data breaches, but this is not necessarily the case.

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On Mar 3, 2020
@ComputerWeekly shared
Why ‘no breach’ is bad news for your compliance - you might think it’s a good thing if your organisation has a clean record when it comes to data breaches, but this is not necessarily the case: https://t.co/Hha77riGPP #GDPR
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Why ‘no breach’ is bad news for your compliance

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