This is the fourth and final glossary in the GDPR series. This glossary seeks to explain the roles and changes a company needs to introduce to be GDPR compliant following GDPR Enforcement. I felt there was a large introduction of roles necessary for company’s compliance which were not explained, and I did not understand.
This is the third glossary in the GDPR series. It is important to note what GDPR protects whether you are a business or consumer. There is a lot of legal jargon which is actually very simple in terms of data protection. As a business or consumer, I believe it is important to understand the extent of these definitions and some umbrella terms which are frequently used.
This glossary is the second in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) series. GDPR aims to bring data protection into the 21st century and it is easy to get caught up with what needs to be done to be GDPR compliant. What is less frequently elaborated on in blog posts are the reasons and principles for the introduction of GDPR. In my experience, I have found it easier to understand the practical implications of GDPR after breaking down the EU’s theoretical reasons for introducing the regulation.
This is the first part of four of our GDPR Glossary. GDPR is an EU regulation to be implemented on the 25th May 2018 which seeks to give people more control over how organisations use their data, introduce greater penalties for organisations who fail to comply with these rules and greater protection for those that suffer a breach of data.
Throughout December we tweeted out some new additions to the NCSC glossary. Our…
Microsoft Azure is a cloud service from the global software giant, Microsoft. Azure offers a vast range of useful compute and application resources. These are all offered on-demand and in a cost-effective manner which helps businesses scale and grow. Hopefully, like me, you can learn from this glossary even complicated sounding terminology usually has a simple explanation. Which can be useful when developing your knowledge on technical topics.
Cyber security is now a pressing issue for many organisations. If you’re unaccustomed to the technology sector, it can be hard to decode the extensive volume of technical language. As part of the research project I am currently involved, cyber security concerns within UK businesses is a key area. Read more as I attempt to break down the complicated language surrounding the topic in a Glossary of terms.
Amazon Web Services – the division of Amazon that sells cloud computing services – has grown rapidly since its release in March 2006 eleven years ago. Amazon has disclosed that they have more than a million active customers every month. Due to this reach, it is important for those interested in the technology sector to understand what exactly it is.
Entering into the world of technology can be a daunting prospect for those without a prior understanding of the technical jargon involved. Cloud is one of the key buzzwords in the technology sector today, but for those that are new to the technology industry it can be difficult to get to grips with what it all means.