It is crucial to ensure the protection of computer systems, especially if they are connected to the Internet.
Although there are laws against viruses, computer crime, hacking and data theft, prevention by putting protective measures in place is by far the best remedy.
Alongside “hard” security to keep intruders out of computer systems, there is “soft” security which involves organisational security. The privacy of the relevant individuals plays a major role in ‘’soft’’ security.
Several key aspects of security are as follows:
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Whenever you transfer personal data to a ‘third country’ (every country outside the European Economic Area), you have to assess whether this is allowed under the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’).
A clear contract is paramount when doing IT projects. IT development is complex, and doubly so when its custom, and hard to control.
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