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Schools and MATs need to take urgent action on GDPR 0

Data safeguarding is as important as any other safeguarding and more work needs to be done to ensure schools act on that fact, writes Lynne Taylor If these were Ofsted

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GDPR Compliance: Should CISO Serve as DPO? 0

Sorting Out the Role of the Data Protection Officer As organizations that handle the data of Europeans settle into the third year of enforcement of the EU’s General Data Protection

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Special Report: Cybersecurity 0

Despite cybersecurity mainly keeping out of the headlines in recent times, the importance of data security still remains. Claire Read explores why continuing investment in cybersecurity is crucial and the

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Stuttgart-based Flip, the employee messenger app, raises €3.6 million seed funding 0

German startup Flip, the employee messenger app, has successfully raised €3.6 million in one of Europe’s largest seed rounds. The round was led by LEA Partners and Cavalry Ventures, as

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Review of Fundraising Preference Service to ask if it’s still needed 0

The Fundraising Regulator has commissioned a consultancy to carry out an independent review of the FPS Charities are to be asked if they think the Fundraising Preference Service is still

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Cyber security – Do you know your SOC from your SIEM? 0

Do you know your SOC from your SIEM and more importantly where security compliance and regulation fit in? It is widely accepted that enterprise cyber-attacks are inevitable – it’s not

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The road to privacy: How GDPR is transforming business practices 0

Our journey towards making visa processing more agile and efficient is very much about the ongoing digital transformation that is impacting all industries. This positive development, among other things, cannot

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Facebook Dating postponed in Europe over GDPR compliance 0

FB failed to file the proper paperwork in time for a Valentine’s Day launch In brief: It appears that Facebook will have to postpone the European launch of its dating

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Labour Party could be fined up to £15m by the ICO after leadership contender is reported over alleged data breach 0

The Labour Party could be fined up to £15 million by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after one of the contenders in the leadership race was accused of a breach

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The Washington Privacy Act – Re-Introduced for 2020 – Is it the Best of CCPA and GDPR? 0

Washington legislators recently introduced the Washington Privacy Act (WPA). This legislation is a consumer-focused privacy law similar to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) but it also has some EU

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