American firms need to be aware of GDPR guidelines

A recent $57 million fine of Google for alleged violations of personalized data is the best reason yet for U.S. organizations to finally pay attention to the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to Rick Arthur, chief information technology and security officer at Hartman Executive Advisors in Timonium. The hefty Google fine was levied ...

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