British companies could be falling behind in analysing their own data collection, according to Gemalto’s recent global study.
More than two in three companies (65 percent) are unable to analyse the data they collect according to a recent global study conducted by Gemalto. The study revealed only half (54 percent) of companies knew where they stored their sensitive data, the Dutch digital security company found. More than two-thirds of organisations (68 percent) admitted that they did not carry out all procedures in line with data protection laws such as GDPR.
Hart said: “With the UK falling behind European and global counterparts, British organisations could soon find themselves being outmanoeuvred by more agile competitors, offering better solutions and services thanks to their ability to protect and analyse data.”
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