100% security does not exist. Now more than ever organisations of all shapes and sizes should pay attention to their data privacy and cyber security. Unprecedented numbers are now working from home, thus raising exposure to cyber security problems and more complex data protection implications.
Whether headline worthy or not, we know that cyber incidents and breaches of data protection regulation have the potential to cause an organisation significant disruption of operations, damage to reputation, and the risk of fines and losses. Preparation, including understanding the regulatory landscape, continues to be key.
The CMS Data Law Navigator is an overview of data protection and cyber security laws in over 30 countries listed below. The content will be periodically updated but, given the constantly evolving laws in this area, we cannot guarantee the content is complete and accurate.
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