More than 90% of Australian IT decision-makers, who took part in a survey that looked at their readiness to meet the standards of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, that takes effect on 25 May, have admitted that their companies are not yet ready to meet the standards demanded by the new law.
Australia is the easiest place for workplace monitoring among 15 mostly Western countries surveyed, the security firm Forcepoint says, based on data collected by the legal firm Hogan Lovells.
Australia's data breach law, which takes effect on 22 February, will be among the weakest in the world and is unlikely to impose any pressure on businesses to change the way they protect personal data at the moment, the founder and chief technology officer of a cyber security consulting firm claims.
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