With EU General Data Protection Regulation D-day looming, how are large companies going to ensure that they are not breached? There is a lot of speculation about which company will be the first to be hit with a fine under the new rules. If a breach does happen, DPAs will also look more favorably on those organizations that can show they took serious steps to improve cybersecurity and keep data safe. One way companies have increasingly been keeping themselves in check is by paying "bug bounty" hunters, or white hat hackers, to find potential security loopholes. Given that, some say hacker groups may see the GDPR as a sort of bug bounty payday, reports Jennifer Baker in this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor.
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