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Businesses are falling short of meeting the General Data Protection Regulation's (GDPR's) accountability requirements, the UK's information commissioner has said.
More than 60,000 stolen digital profiles are currently up for sale on Genesis Store, a private and invitation-only online cybercriminal market discovered and exposed by Kaspersky Lab researchers.
Detailed information about more than 540 million Facebook users was left publicly viewable for months, a security firm has found.
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The theft of personal information following data breaches drove an increase in money stolen through fraud to £1.2bn last year.
Businesses face higher fines if their processing of personal data is found to breach both the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and EU 'e-Privacy' rules, according to a new opinion issued by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB).
Some lawyers have been suffering from “GDPR fever” over the past year and given bad advice based on limited knowledge or too cautious an approach, a leading data protection law specialist has warned.
Businesses in the UK took an average of 21 days to report personal data breaches they had identified to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) during the year up to 31 March 2018, according to information disclosed by the watchdog.
The Metropolitan Police has confirmed it exchanged information on WikiLeaks staff in the UK with the US Department of Justice, which is conducting criminal investigations into the organisation
Many firms are unaware that they are being targeted by cyber espionage and that data is being exfiltrated from their networks by overseas adversaries, a security firm warns
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