- increased penalties for non-compliance
Comcen Logo
Swansea: ​01792 ​515525
Leeds: ​01132 ​345000
Harrogate: ​01423 ​790448
  Oct 2017

Whether it's cyber crime or human error, high-profile security breaches are seldom out of the news and of course, there are many from smaller organisations that go unreported. The disruption to business, even closure in some instances, and the loss of reputation that these can cause through malware, ransomware or poor business practice and procedure requires IT security to have a renewed focus at board level.

The EU GDPR, with its increased penalties for non-compliance, only adds to the necessity for organisations to look at how they collect, store, use and share personal data of EU citizens, and to prioritise their investment in IT security. It also presents an opportunity for resellers to help their customers, many of whom still seem to be unaware of the GDPR.

Our GDPR handbook is designed to point out some of the key points surrounding the GDPR but organisations should seek expert advice on the legal complexities that exist. Where Comcen can assist customers is by providing the products and services from our portfolio of security vendors that are offering solutions in this area.

GDPR magazines
For a copy of our FREE GDPR e-guide contact your Dedicated Account Manager today
Swansea: ​01792 ​515525
Leeds: ​0113 ​2345000
Harrogate: ​01423 ​790448
Comcen Logo
Socialize with Us:  
Facebook   Twitter   Linkedin  
  Comcen T&C's Apply. E&OE. All Prices exclude VAT & Delivery. Images for illustration purposed only. Every care has been taken to ensure an adequate supply of the products features is available. Manufacturers' specifications can change we reserve the right to change or withdraw if required.
If you no longer wish to receive emails please Unsubscribe

© 2017 Comcen, All rights reserved
Registered Office: Bruce Road, Swansea West Industrial Park, Swansea, WALES SA5 4HS