More than 59,000 data breaches have been reported
across Europe since data protection laws were brought in last year, new
figures have revealed. The Netherlands, Germany and the UK topped the
list of the most reported breaches in the eight months since new GDPR
laws came into force, according to law firm DLA Piper. The breaches,
which range from minor errors such as missent emails to major cyber
hacks, were reported by public and private organisations in the 26
European countries where data is available.
Source: City AM
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