[GLLUG] Charity WiFi, a bit off topic
Marco van Beek
mvanbeek at supporting-role.co.uk
Tue Mar 27 16:15:23 UTC 2018
Most of the technical requirements of the GDPR have been law since 2003.
It's just that the fines are going up by a lot so people are finally
Running an insecure network that holds personal sensitive data could be
considered negligent and the directors of the organisation could be
It's a bit like Y2K all over again. There are consultants out there are
making a small fortune out of companies that should have known better.
On 27/03/18 16:38, James Courtier-Dutton via GLLUG wrote:
> Just so: GDPR! Please look at this as liability cannot be passed over.
> GDPR is a bit of new legislation around data protection.
> How exactly it impacts setting up a wifi point in an office is unclear
> to me.
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