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We would like to hear your views on how known security risks can be exacerbated by AI. We welcome any feedback on our current thinking. Source: ico.org.uk
Deputy Commissioner (Policy) Steve Wood’s speech at the 9th European Data Protection Days conference in Berlin on 20 May 2019. Original script may differ from delivered version. It’s a pleasure to be here today and I would like to thank
Even if given two years notice to achieve GDPR compliance, only half of companies self-reported as compliant by May 25, 2018, a DataGrail survey reveals. “The Age of Privacy: The Cost of Continuous Compliance” report benchmarks the operational impact of
Almost a year ago, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. In that year, the United States has been engaging in its own debate about what, if anything, should be done to bolster our data privacy protections. While
AROUND this time last year, four letters that sent a shiver up most people’s spine were briefly more popular on Google than Beyonce – GDPR. In-boxes were full to the brim with emails requiring us to opt-in, consent and giving
GDPR may seem like a burden but as companies rebuild trust with consumers, it will become a sustainable approach fostering both innovation and accountability. It’s been almost a year since the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect.
There has been a lot of attention on Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) since GDPR was introduced almost a year ago. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has brought a lot of attention on Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) since
Last year we began taking action against organisations for non-payment of the data protection fee, sending out a clear message that those who didn’t pay risked a fine. Source: ico.org.uk
As technology takes ever greater strides, so organisations and businesses are harnessing its capabilities to help manage their contact with customers, including using it for means of identification and authentication. Source: ico.org.uk
Today the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is launching the ‘Be Data Aware’ campaign to help people understand how organisations might be using their data to target them online, and how people can control who is targeting them. Source: ico.org.uk