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CW ASEAN: European data law - be aware and prepare

Organisations across the ASEAN region will soon have to comply with another piece of data protection legislation – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will apply to any company that collects the personal data of Europeans. In this month’s edition of CW ASEAN, we look at how ASEAN is gearing up for the GDPR, the current state of compliance and law’s impact on businesses.

Also in this issue:

  • Personal data of 46.2 million Malaysian mobile subscribers leaked in huge breach: The potential record data breach is only the latest example of the dangers of ‘low and slow’ attacks, which remain dormant inside networks for years without anyone noticing before doing any damage.
  • Veritas takes stock of data management position with more offerings in pipeline: Software supplier Veritas says it has delivered on its promises, but there is still work to do in realizing its data management vision before the upcoming European Union General Data Protection Regulation.
  • Hong Kong cloud firm tests Excelero NVMe for video analytics: Vivavo claims to be running Excelero NVMesh NVMe storage at near-bare metal performance to support real-time analytics for facial and behavioral recognition on closed-circuit television.

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