GDPR Data Breach

GDPR Help: When to Report a Data Breach

On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced, heralding the biggest shake-up in privacy law for two decades. As a business you will already have read plenty about the new regulation, so you’ll be pleased to learn we’re not going to rake over old ground. What we did think would be useful however is to provide you with a few pointers on dealing with data breaches. If you are not sure what counts as a data breach, or what you need to do if you think one has happened, read on for some helpful FAQs.

A Cost-Effective Way to Protect Your Business Against Cyber Attacks

Cyber security breaches can have a serious knock-on effect. Viruses or hacking can bring customer transactions to a standstill; critical data can be lost, corrupted or damaged; intellectual property can be compromised. Revenue and profits are likely to suffer as a result. There could be follow-on liabilities such as notification costs, fines for data loss, legal expenses, awards and damages to pay out. Thankfully, purpose-designed insurance products are now becoming available in response to a very real need.