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Chief information security officers (CISOs) are viewed as scapegoats in the event of a data breach, according to a new report.
The British government is in the preliminary stages of designing a controversial system which will share citizens' sensitive personal information across government departments without their consent.
The SafeNet Breach Level Index (BLI) for the second quarter of 2014 shows there was a total of 237 breaches that compromised more than 175 million customer records of personal and financial information worldwide.
This was the theme of ‘Target,’ Tony Sales’ sobering presentation to retailers at the Retail Fraud in Dublin.
Data protection is now probably the most important issue facing lawyers around the world.
Britain's data cops have coughed to a serious security screw-up at the Information Commissioner's Office, and concluded that the ICO - only mildly - violated the Data Protection Act that it is supposed to police.
New data protection laws - vigorously opposed by the UK - are on track to be agreed across the EU, leading figures in the new instrument's creation have told a conference.
The Supreme Court is due to rule on whether job applicants should be forced to disclose all convictions to certain potential employers.
New research from Courion reveals that a third of UK professionals are likely to consider risky behaviours that endanger or undermine data protection.
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