EU 'Eurosox' directives lost in translation, warns Information Security Forum


The ISF, which comprises more than 300 multinationals, says such firms may find it difficult to implement the legislation across borders, struggling with compliance burdens caused by differing interpretation of the directives by national regulators.

"An example of this is in data privacy regulation," says Andy Jones, senior research consultant at the ISF. "In the nuances of translation it becomes slightly altered and then you have a lawyer in a particular member state making the interpretatio

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