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EDPB Opinion Provides Guidance On Controller-Processor Agreements Under GDPR 0

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued an opinion on the standard contractual clauses proposed by the Denmark Data Protection Authority that contains important takeaways for drafting and negotiating

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The Top Marketing Trends: Data Dominates Marketing Innovations 0

Marketing in 2019 is all about data. And it’s less about the size of the data and more about its usability and usefulness. Whether it’s the huge information storehouses where

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The impact of blocking statutes on cross-border internal investigations 0

A company investigating employee misconduct or violation of law, whether for internal purposes, relating to litigation or to make a disclosure to law enforcement or regulatory authorities, will often be

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Cybersecurity Company BigID Raises $50 Million 0

BigID develops a data protection product that uses machine learning algorithms to track and guard enterprise customer and employee data New York-based cybersecurity company BigID Inc. has raised $50 million

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Week in review: Fileless malware, usable cybersecurity, Magecart goes after S3 buckets 0

Inside the NIST team working to make cybersecurity more user-friendly Cybersecurity is usually not a user’s primary duty, yet they suffer an increasing burden to respond to security warnings, maintain

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Cybersecurity firms garner attention as data breaches bring record fines 0

Cybersecurity firms are gaining more attention after companies like British Airways and Marriott face a serious wake up call after being hit with record fines of £183.4 million and £99

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Q&A | The Quest for Real-Time In-Transit Visibility 0

Shippers are finally in the position of obtaining real-time, in-transit visibility, but there are some major obstacles standing in the way of full deployment of the appropriate technology, says Krenar

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Public trust and data-driven policing 0

In the first of two articles, Boyd Mulvey calls for an advocate to champion better communication around the benefits of intelligence-led policing, with comment from Giles Herdale, co-chair of the

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Massive Fines in Travel and Hospitality Illustrate Investments in Cyber Security Are Risk Management Strategies 0

The EU imposed record fines this week on British Airways and Marriott, in fact the largest fines under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is just over one year

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Employees Still Struggle to Identify Phishing Threats and Properly Protect Their Data, Report Finds 0

The security industry relies on well-maintained, constantly updating systems to protect its customers from cybersecurity threats. But the security of those systems is often only as good as the ability

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