Over a year since it was introduced, 30 percent of European organisations are still not GDPR compliant
A significant number of European organisations have admitted that they are still not compliant with GDPR data protection rules.
A survey from tax audit advisors RSM found that 30 percent of European businesses are still not compliant with GDPR, despite it being over a year since it was introduced and the threat of hefty financial penalties.
Data protection is still costing firms dear. Facebook was recently fined $5bn for the Cambridge Analytica data-sharing scandal, and Marriot Hotels was stung with £99m fine. British Airways was hit with a £183m fine for a data breach.
Source: Silicon UK