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Protecting digital identity, gaining data visibility and protecting employees are key challenges for the year ahead, according to the 2018 security predictions report by security firm FireEye
Concerns are growing among EU banks about the risks they face in relation to cyber and data security, according to the European Banking Authority (EBA).
Businesses should not overlook the fact that the EU’s new data protection laws may require fundamental changes to internal business processes, warns a data protection lawyer
GDPR introduces more stringent rules and responsibilities and carries hefty fines for non-compliance. How will the regulation affect accountants?
Businesses are concerned that data deletion requests under the GDPR will have a significant or even crippling effect, with many unprepared to meet the expected demand
Last year’s data breach, which saw the details of 57 million accounts compromised, affected about 2.7 million accounts in the UK
Court finds supermarket chain liable for data leak by a former employee, which has been hailed as a landmark ruling, but Morrisons says it will appeal
Lawsuit claims tech firm bypassed iPhone default privacy settings between June 2011 and February 2012, affecting 5.4m people
With the European Union’s landmark set of regulations comes into force next May, any business storing or processing customer data in the cloud needs to consider the advantages of being able to demonstrate the steps it is taking towards compliance.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a warning to charity workers informing them that they must “obey strict privacy laws”.
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