A Dell survey found a majority of businesses do not have a plan to implement the General Data Protection Regulation, Fortune reports. Polling 821 IT professionals from around the world, the survey found 80 percent of respondents said they knew little to nothing about the GDPR, while 97 percent said their companies did not have any plan to implement the new rules. Dell executive Michael Tweddle said the survey found IT professionals felt more confident about upcoming email security rules, but less so when the subject turned to document access rules. Editor’s Note: The IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress, in Brussels, Nov. 7-10, features a GDPR Bootcamp and 12 other sessions focusing on the GDPR.
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