Tag: GDPR

Data protection and privacy have always been important. Now, they are becoming urgent! You will find below helpful articles and publications about the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into force May 25th 2018.

Remember, even if you do not work in Europe, when you manage the personal data of European data subjects, you have to play by the rules too!

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2018

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2018 – 17,273,571 records leaked

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in April 2018 – 72,611,721 records leaked

It’s a long list this month, but with the GDPR implementation, I imagine future lists will be even longer thanks to the introduction of mandatory data breach notifications. Maybe I’ll book June off.

BBC GDPR quiz: How will data privacy law affect you?

Tougher data privacy rules come into effect on Friday, impacting any organisation handling personal information linked to EU residents.

Is Gordon Ramsay a good Data Protection Officer?

In this age of clouds and digitalization, Gordon Ramsay proves that good old physical security controls are still very relevant (and way too often overlooked)!

What does GDPR mean for your supply chain?

Organizations not in compliance with GDPR can be fined up to four percent of annual global turnover or €20 Million, whichever is greater.

Organisations are preparing for GDPR and Twitter users are having a field day

Santa may need to comply with the new data protection regulations.

Is slavery present in your supply chain?

More than 5,000 potential victims of trafficking and modern slavery were reported to UK authorities last year, the highest number on record.

Is your organisation ready for GDPR?

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Key steps to preparation.

Data privacy by design: a new standard ensures consumer privacy at every step

On the eve of new EU regulations, and in the wake of recent large-scale data privacy breaches, a new ISO committee is leading the way with guidelines that put the consumer back in control.

Internet privacy notices filling up your inbox? Here’s why

Almost everybody who uses an online service or app that handles their data has been getting a flood of emails advising of privacy-policy changes.

Our password-free future is near (but not really)

Industry efforts to end our reliance on the multi-character password have resulted in the proposal of numerous alternative login methods.

Grindr under fire for sharing HIV status of users

Social networking service ignited privacy worries over how it shared sensitive user details including HIV status and GPS location with third-party services.

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