Australian companies will need to be better at compliance with the European Union’s new data privacy protections than they are at complying with PCI DSS financial-data security regulations, according to new figures that confirm executives are unhappy with their compliance progress and validate consumers’ concerns that businesses are not protecting their confidential data adequately.

Source: With PCI DSS proving too hard, can Australian companies do better on GDPR? – CSO | The Resource for Data Security Executives