20 May '13, 3am

Countdown clock begins for Singapore data compliance

The date all data protection compliance project teams in Singapore have been waiting for has been announced. July 2, 2014, is D-Day when Personal Data Protection Act will come into effect and when organizations will need to complete data inventory mapping, process audits, staff training, and publication of various processes. Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) will be glad to note that several tools and trainings have been introduced by the PDPC (Personal Data Protection Commission ) to aid the process, while larger organisations have slightly more than 13 months to finish their data compliance projects. Most projects should take around 9 months so it is time to batten down the hatches and roll up those sleeves. Another point to note is that the more competent consultants in the industry will likely be snapped up so organizations should act quickly to secure such resources...

Full article: http://www.zdnet.com/sg/countdown-clock-begins-for-singap...

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