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The warning came after a former health care assistant was ordered to pay a total of £1,715 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to offences of unlawfully obtaining and unlawfully disclosing personal data.
The complexity of legal frameworks, information governance arrangements, and most importantly gaining the buy-in of both agency leaders and operational staff pose the biggest threat to improving public sector information sharing.
Unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots are becoming more of an issue as the BYOD era becomes more prevalent
Don’t be fooled. GDPR implementation is a complex undertaking and being unprepared could have significant and expensive repercussions.
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation requires companies to protect the privacy of their EU customers. Here's what you need to know.
TalkTalk fined £100,000 by ICO after allowing (3P) staff access to large amounts of customers' data
This is the first in a series of blogs through the ICO to separate the fact from the fiction.
Instead of focusing solely on the immediate “crisis” of an incident—responding to, managing and resolving a data breach—businesses must spend more time proactively identifying how fraudsters are stealing and exploiting company data, and then look to reduce or shore up any vulnerabilities.
The number of retail businesses reporting data breaches to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office has doubled in just one year, jumping from 19 in 2015/16 to 38 in 2016/17, says City of London headquartered law firm, RPC.
Passwords are yesterday’s technology, biometrics are the future, argues Experian’s head of identity and fraud
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