Category: Governance

How did the public sector use ISO 37001 in 2018? Creatively!

A look at a number of noteworthy ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management System related developments during 2018!

ISO 30414 – New International Standard for human capital reporting

An organization is only as good as its people – which is why the workforce of a company is often one of its largest costs.

How GDPR is affecting the video games you love

The gaming industry had to comply with the EU's privacy rules, too.

What has changed in the wake of GDPR?

Quentin Hunt, barrister-at-law, examines the legal implications of GDPR after the first six months

Resilience in 2019 will be much broader than preparedness

Resilience goes beyond your traditional emergency management and preparedness: it extends to community capacity building, health, cyber security, business continuity and critical infrastructure.

EU investigates hacked diplomatic communications

The European Union is investigating a cyber hack of its diplomatic communications, allegedly by Chinese hackers, that revealed EU concern about U.S. Donald Trump, Russia and Iran.

Injecting quality into software development with ISO 9001

ISO/IEC/IEEE 90003 is important for the industry as it provides a much needed interpretation of ISO 9001 in a language appropriate to software development.

Australia data encryption laws explained

Australian police can now order tech firms to access the encrypted messages of suspects

How GDPR has changed the advertising game

Thanks to GDPR, digital advertising is about to see a back to the future return to the tradition of good content.

Phone alerts for terrorist attacks and natural disasters

Europeans will be sent official alerts on their mobile phones if they are near a terrorist attack or natural disaster under an EU plan to reduce the risk of fake news causing chaos.

Where are we with GDPR?

Keeping up with compliance in a post-GDPR world.

Privacy International files GDPR complaints

Privacy International has filed complaints against seven companies including Experian, Equifax and Oracle for alleged contravention of the GDPR.

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