Data Breaches Could Cost FTSE 100 Companies $6.4B A Year In Fines

Money is currently dominating much of the conversation around the United Kingdom and the European Union it is set to leave. In less than 12 months — 25 May 2018 — and regardless of Brexit, EU regulation that overhauls the way companies acquire, retain and use personal data, will come into effect.

Read about the new report by  Oliver Wyman which reveals that United Kingdom’s top 100 FTSE listed companies may face $6.4 billion in fines over data breaches on Forbes.

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