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A software glitch has resulted in up to 150,000 NHS patients' data being unwittingly shared against their will, a government minister has disclosed.
Most of those affected had entered their details online when voting in the TV personality of the year category at the store’s food and drink awards. The poll had been organised by specialist survey and voting company Typeform.
With GDPR in full swing and with the Morrisons class action underway, how can organisations mitigate the risk of vicarious liability?
Would you be willing to equip your bedroom or living room with an internet-connected microphone that could record and send all your conversations to the data-hungry server of a giant tech company or to a random person in your contact list?
Ticketmaster has warned of a potential data breach through malware found in a third-party customer support service, underlining the importance of supply chain security
A guide to preparing your customer first data breach response plan
ICO punishes Yahoo's UK arm for failing to protect 515,000 Brits
The surface web plays an integral role in the selling of personal information, a report on identify fraud has revealed
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is urging UK business to improve data protection capabilities after Dixons Carphone revealed that millions of payment card and personal data records may have been compromised in a cyber breach
A key tenet of GDPR gives customers the right to be “forgotten”. But, in a cruel twist of fate, the very thing that was to give consumers’ power to demand privacy could lead to a new avenue for identity theft
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