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Intelligence commissioners did not need technical expertise or support staff to check whether GCHQ and MI5 were lawfully sharing huge databases, court told
Customers face more security controls to combat rising threat of identity theft
Cybersecurity has become a significant issue as attacks are increasing. In the new payments ecosystem, where third-party developers can directly interact with banks’ customers, data privacy and security become paramount, according to the World Payments Report 2017 by Capgemini and BNP Paribas.
One of many reports into the Equifax data breach
Research has shown that business must go through a culture change from the very top if they are to be successful with data analytics
A former Police Officer with Lancashire Constabulary was sentenced to five years custodial, reduced from seven years for a guilty plea, and former Relationship Manager with GT Law, was sentenced to two years suspended for two years and 300 hours community service
Equifax confirms a file containing 15.2m UK records dating from between 2011 and 2016 was attacked in the cyber incident that took place in May 2017.
Two married constables working for Lancashire Police have been sentenced for stealing police data about car crashes and selling it to claims firms for £363,000.
Ponemon’s global study of IT professionals in the UK, US, Germany and Australia, shows that less than half of global IT professionals are confident they have the ability to prevent, detect and resolve data breaches.
Yahoo’s personal data breach affected three billion user accounts, the company’s new owners have revealed
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