Ergo’s GDPR survey is covered in today’s Silicon Republic article, highlighting what to be cautious of when dealing with the incoming implementation of the GDPR next year.
"A study of IT professionals by services company Ergo found that when it comes to preparing for GDPR, 84pc of companies are taking measures to be prepared and more than half are confident that they have a good understanding of what it will mean to their businesses when it comes into force in May next year.
Around 43pc of companies believe that the GDPR requires “substantial change” within their organisations, while 50pc are planning “minor change”. Around 8pc are expecting no change at all.
Ergo CEO John Purdy commented: “Compliance and security needs to be embedded into every business as part of their digital transformation journey, and success will depend on the ingenuity of in-house IT experts and their service providers. It’s increasingly something our clients are asking us to help them with.”’
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