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Many UK firms are not insured against information security breaches and data loss, and would have to spend £1m on average to recover from a breach
The number of data protection complaints received by the UK's data protection watchdog has doubled since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect.
Teenage “fan” who broke into Apple’s mainframe from his home in Melbourne is believed to have downloaded 90GB of secure files, but no customer data
As the dust settles from the General Data Protection Regulation, the implications for technology firms in the UK are becoming clearer
Superdrug has warned online customers it believes may have had personal details exposed, but claims its systems were not compromised, in what could be the first GDPR-related extortion attempt
Health and beauty chain working to establish what may have been taken
Information Commissioner’s Office has demonstrated its commitment to technology and innovation by appointing a new executive director to focus on this area
The UK’s privacy watchdog has fined a marketing company for illegally collecting and selling personal information for political campaigning
Holiday camp chain blames cyber breach on a phishing attack, implying that attackers were able to steal user credentials to access customer data – and underlining the need for security awareness training
According to a recent report from Malwarebytes, an anti-malware software company, the second most commonly detected malware for consumer devices during the second quarter of 2018 forced infected devices to mine cryptocurrencies.
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