Mar 062014
 
 March 6, 2014  Business, Laws, Non-U.S.

Gareth van Zyl reports:

Lack of a data privacy culture in South Africa is resulting in most local businesses being ill-prepared for the impending implementation of a Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI).

This is according to financial advice firm Grant Thornton South Africa, which says widespread reforms are needed in the private and public sector for (POPI) to ensure that collected private data is protected.

Read more on IT Web Africa.

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