General Data Protection Regulation
To bring the PDPA in line with international requirements of other data protection laws, including GDPR.
Impacts all who handle data of EU citizens – even those outside Europe.
Aims to provide agricultural players with access to reliable data and transactions.
The regulation will affect businesses of all sizes due to its extra-territorial reach.
Overall attack rate grew 50% year-on-year, as the security company stopped 251 million attacks globally.
APAC businesses already have a head start and are more mature when it comes to data analytics, compared to their global counterparts.
Ninety-two percent of global consumers want to control what personal information is automatically collected.
Only 10% of Singapore respondents (global 33%) have a plan in place for GDPR.
Fancy wearing your wallet instead of carrying it? Well, Telenor Research picks this as one of the 7 tech trends it sees in 2018.
The EU’s impending new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a key legislation that aims to tackle data privacy and security challenges.