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The forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have wide-ranging implications for every organisation that processes personal data. This comprehensive overview tells you what you need to know
A police officer who accessed force computer systems for non-policing purposes has been given a six-month community order.
Companies that misuse data or fall victim to breaches not only risk financial loss, but also reputational damage.
When it comes to the word ‘data’, as a business owner, there are two things that will have popped up on your radar recently.
In just under a month, the EU will introduce a new privacy law that gives Europeans new data protection rights and threatens giant fines for organisations that do not comply.
Next month a new law will make the consequences of failing to protect personal data for banks and others far more serious.
With loss of personal data being named as the highest risk, and with businesses saying they do not always carry out the necessary rigorous security auditing, there is an opportunity to change and manage potential data breach threats.
A core theme of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), which is to keep consumer interests front of mind at all times, mirrors sound fundamental advice for all companies.
Facebook is among 30 organisations under investigation by the UK’s privacy watchdog for misusing personal data for political and other purposes
Elizabeth Denham’s speech at the Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference
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