GDPR and disclosing data breaches [Q&A]

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With GDPR coming into force in May this year, companies are preparing themselves to comply with the new legislation, in particular putting in place procedures to deal with data breaches. But some, like Uber — who have suffered a breach in the past and covered it up — may well be wondering whether it’s better to disclose these events now rather than risk them leaking out once GDPR is in force. We spoke to Joseph Carson chief security scientist at privileged access management company Thycotic to find out more about what GDPR might mean for companies that suffer, or have…

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