GDPR Institut: Half price tickets available until this Friday 0

MEMBER OFFER: GDPR Institut Members can access 50% off tickets to the European Data Protection Summit. HALF PRICE tickets for the European Data Protection Summit & Dinner are now available

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Software to support your GDPR compliance project 0

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance should be a priority and high on every organisation’s agenda with less than two months until the regulation comes into effect on 25 May

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ICO Warns It Will Punish Those Abusing Data During COVID-19 Outbreak 0

“We are identifying and taking action against those seeking to use or obtain personal data unlawfully or inappropriately during COVID-19″ The Information Commissioner’s Office has tweaked its approach to the

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Covid-19 tracing apps: ensuring privacy and data protection 0

Phone apps could play a part in the fight against Covid-19, but raise privacy and data protection issues. Discover what the EU is doing. Dedicated mobile apps could play a

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Coronavirus: Rival states targeted UK and US COVID-19 labs with ‘malicious cyber campaigns’ 0

A joint advisory does not name any specific country, but culprits are understood to include China, Russia and Iran. The UK and US have warned that state-backed cyber attackers are

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GDPR, CCPA and Now, the NY SHIELD Act: Additional Data Security Responsibilities for Companies Holding the Private Information of NY Residents 0

On March 21, 2020, the last of the features of the NY Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (“SHIELD Act”) became effective:  its data security requirements.  The SHIELD

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Humana to Waive Expenses Related to Coronavirus Treatment 0

Humana Inc. HUM has decided to waive out-of-pocket costs regarding coronavirus-related treatment for its members. Enrollees of Medicare Advantage plans, fully-insured commercial members, Medicare Supplement and Medicaid will gain traction

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GOOGLE RIDES A COACH AND HORSES THROUGH THE UK’S DATA PROTECTION ACT 2018 (GDPR) 0

Many of you will have received this week (mine arrived today)  what seemed to be an innocuous email  from Google advising us that “We’re improving our Terms of Service and

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GDPR Compliance for Higher Education 0

The US has been the country of choice for international students looking for a quality higher education experience. In 2017, the US hosted about 1.1 million international students, more than

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Trust, technology and slippers with torches 0

Much has changed since Jonathan Bamford, (former)  Director of Strategic Policy  (Domestic Policy),  joined the Information Commissioner’s Office, but as he comes to retire, he reflects on 34 years in

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Statement on ICO-approved certification schemes 0

The ICO has announced it will be working with UK Accreditation Service (UKAS) to deliver the ICO-approved certification schemes. The ICO will approve and publish the certification schemes and, as

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Adtech and the data protection debate – where next? 0

Six months ago we issued our Adtech Update Report with a clear message to industry that they had six months to read, internalise and act upon our report. Our view

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