Recruiters urged to keep data secure following Page Group breach

Recruiters have been urged to get to grips with new data protection rules being introduced in 2018 or face fines running into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Mon, 14 Nov 2016

Recruiters have been urged to get to grips with new data protection rules being introduced in 2018 or face fines running into hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Last week global recruiter PageGroup confirmed it had been the victim of hackers gaining unauthorised entry to its servers.

According to Christopher Tutton, partner at law...

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