Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland Helen Dixon has said that the General Data Protection Regulation will be a "wake up call" for Irish companies and other organizations who do not have privacy and data protection tools and teams already established, the Irish Independent reports. "Dixon said that dozens of foreign-based tech companies had recently been in touch with her office over data compliance responsibilities after a potential move to Ireland," the report states. Dixon added that her office was "in constant activity," regarding fallout from the Yahoo breach. "That is the subject of significant activity for the office and is in fact a scenario that is changing day by day in terms of the information that we're gathering."
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