From using a residential proxy for surfing the web to encrypting information online, there are many ways that data can be harnessed. Unfortunately, this can lead to people taking advantage of what is possible when it comes to technology. As a result, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced in 2018 to protect our data and privacy.

Even the most well-respected brands have been caught breaking regulations, and with over €3 billion being handed out in fines for business-related GDPR breaches in the last five years, it is costing businesses a lot of money.

In order to find out who the biggest contributors are when it comes to data breaches, we have put together a report which delves into everything GDPR-related.

Spain is revealed as the country issuing out the most GDPR fines - totaling 651

From company oversights to external security offenses, GDPR breaches can come in many different forms, but which countries have been handing out the most GDPR fines?


1. Spain  - 651 GDPR fines