President Biden is expected to publish executive order concerning new agreement on EU-U.S. data flows per Oct. 3. It covers legal protections over personal data access and use by U.S. national security entities. EC ratification could take 6 months. #GDPR https://t.co/PQ8GF2JZEf
27 Sep 2022
Happy 4th anniversary #GDPR #EuropeanUnion @EU_EDPB @toezicht_AP Indeed a strong and swift enforcement by #supervisory #authorities is crucial so companies do invest to protect #personaldata and reduce the risk of #dataleaks https://t.co/oGcBzb4hfV
25 May 2022
The #EDPB adopted #European harmonisation of #privacy #fines. The guidelines also include harmonised ‘starting points’ for the calculation of a fine. 3 elements considered: the categorisation of infringements by nature, infringement seriousness and the worldwide turnover. #GDPR https://t.co/E7L7Z0wV6X
17 May 2022
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Business Continuity Management Example: selection process failure preparation.When you look at picture 1, the same decision arguments (Business Impact and Critical Time span) can be seen as in Picture 1 in the article "Business Continuity Management Example: selection process disaster / calamity preparation." These arguments are now applied to the situation that one of the server systems fails at the primary location. Of course you can have other or more decision arguments in your organization.
Picture 1. Example: selection process failure preparation.
VirtualisationWhen you own virtualization technology such as VMware or Hyper-V, this opens additional opportunities for high availability of the server systems. By deploying multiple identical redundant hardware servers, a virtual server can be moved (using VMotion or "Live Migration") to another server with sufficient capacity at an impending failure of a server or hardware maintenance. Since virtualization makes it easy to quickly add virtual server systems, one must ensure that there is enough spare capacity to handle failures.
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