GDPR and cybersecurity 0

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force for almost a year. It has presented organisations with numerous and onerous obligations intended to enhance their accountability and

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Ingenious imitation, fake GDPR notices, phishing found in 120 million malicious emails targeting business 0

Spam and phishing techniques are still heavily used by cybercriminals to attack businesses, according to Kaspersky Lab’s Spam and phishing in 2018 report. The report reveals cybercriminals tried to use

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GDPR: a tecnici e installatori non resta che formarsi 0

Il Regolamento europeo parla chiaro. Il prossimo appuntamento per correre ai ripari è il 9 maggio a Secsolutionforum 2019 Il Regolamento della privacy europeo 2016/679 (GDPR) in vigore dal 25

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Giovanni Buttarelli on state of GDPR adoption: ‘Even ticking a box does not necessarily mean consent is freely given’ 0

It’s been a year since the roll-out of the General Data Protection Regulation, yet big questions still linger around what the right consent strategy looks like, if legitimate interest is

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ICO launches consultation on Code of Practice to help protect children online 0

Today the Information Commissioner’s Office opens consultation on 16 standards that online services must meet to protect children’s privacy. Age appropriate design: a code of practice for online services sets

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Parenting club Bounty fined £400,000 for selling users’ data 0

Company illegally shared 34.4m records with 39 companies, information commissioner finds The parenting club Bounty has been fined £400,000 – one of the largest penalties possible – for sharing its

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Automated Decision Making: the role of meaningful human reviews (hosted on Blogger) 0

In the first detailed element of our AI framework blog series, Reuben Binns, our Research Fellow in AI, and Valeria Gallo, Technology Policy Adviser, explore how organisations can ensure ‘meaningful’

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Customer complaints registers may need change due to GDPR 0

According to a new GDPR-related legislation approved by the Hungarian parliament on April 1, businesses may have to tear out parts of their customer complaints registers in case they contain

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Your CCTV cameras might be breaching GDPR — here’s everything you need to know 0

For small business owners, a burglary can have a substantial financial (as well as emotional) impact. SMEs must be vigilant not only in arming their premises, but also in the

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