Companies complying with the requirements enforced by the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation are experiencing shorter delays in their sales cycle as it relates to customer data and are, on average, experiencing fewer data breaches, according to a recent report published by Cisco.

Robert Waitman, director of data privacy at Cisco, said there are a variety of reasons why companies in compliance with the GDPR are seeing this trend.

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