Category Archives: Technology Strategy

GDPR and the Streetlight effect

There is a lot of heated debated about the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – is it a Y2K damp squib or PPI/Libor/Forex all over again? The General Data Protection Regulation is more certainty much more than Information Security and Privacy-by-Design which are just table stakes in the future. The Regulation covers: the right to […]
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General Data Protection Regulation – Technology Strategy

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) are part of the evolving legal landscape as digital transformation changes society’s interaction with organisations which come into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. Regardless of Brexit if an UK organisation wishes to process data about individuals from Europe the regulations need to be followed. The regulation […]
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Technology Security Lamination

The key theme for protecting IT systems from unauthorised access is to offer multiple layers of protection in terms of people, technology and physical environment. This is known as defence-in-depth when referring to technology, separation-of-concerns when referring to people and compartmentalization when referring to the physical environment. Ultimately all these techniques resemble lamination as applied […]
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