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04 Dec
2017

GDPR: everything you need to know to become compliant

With the implementation date of GDPR just seven months away, firms will need to start getting to grips with the requirements soon to be ushered in under the EU’s flagship regulation for data protection.  As things stand, GDPR will kick in before the UK formally leaves the European Union, meaning that its implications will still Read More

25 May
2017

GDPR and data security by design

In exactly one year, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply across the European Union, yet firms are struggling to prepare for new data security obligations due to the sheer quantity of regulations due to be enforced in 2018. With the current date of MiFID II being 3 January 2018 and PSD2 due 10 Read More

09 May
2017

Building the bulwark: preparing your firm for data protection regulations

What image is conjured up when you hear the term “cybercriminal”?  A Guy Fawkes mask partially concealed underneath a black hoodie to the accompaniment of sinister music? Whilst this image provides an excellent trope for Saturday night TV, it does not reflect the reality of cybercrime. At our second RegTech Capital Markets Conference, we held Read More

21 Feb
2017

Lurking in the shadows: shining regulatory light on cybercriminals

The common image of a cybercriminal is that of a slovenly, yet highly-skilled, individual sitting alone in a basement having not seen daylight in weeks.  The modern cybercriminal, however, is far removed from this. Cybercriminals are organised in large networks, often well-funded and highly talented which allows them to unleash devastating attacks.  According to online Read More

22 Jul
2016

Brexit and IT Law (II): Data Protection

  • 22nd July 2016
  • Deirdre Moynihan

This is the second in a series of occasional blogs we’ll be writing about what Brexit means for IT and IT Law in the coming weeks and months. Deirdre Moynihan reviews what Brexit is likely to mean for Data Protection, where the approach to implementing the General Data Protection Regulation could well turn out to Read More

04 Jul
2016

Dismantling data standards barriers

The push for increased transparency following the financial crisis has had a visible impact on the financial services industry.  Many regulations have created similar, but slightly different, requirements, in particular across the Atlantic.  Increased – but uncoordinated – demand on data, and proof of process in different formats and languages, without proper impact assessments conducted Read More

22 Aug
2013

Welcome back: Five emails you need to send this quarter

  • 22nd August 2013
  • RegTechFS

If the G20 had given birth to a child at the Pittsburgh Summit, that child would now be off to school.  In other words, we’ve come a long way since the early policy-making stages of the post-crisis political landscape.  As such, EU regulators are eager to get this round of rulemaking over and move onto Read More