Tag: Privacy

Millions of US voter records for sale

An estimated 35 million voter records from 19 states are up for sale on a dark web forum, in what may be an inside job ahead of the mid-terms.

Alphabet shuts down Google+ after data leak it has known about since March is exposed

WSJ reports that Google decided not to disclose the leak earlier partly due to fears of regulatory scrutiny.

Your fingerprints reveal more than you think

Chemist Simona Frances explains spectrometry, a technology that analyzes fingerprints in previously impossible detail, and demonstrates how this cutting-edge forensic science can help police catch criminals.

Is your organisation GDPR compliant? Join the Certified Data Protection Officer training in Lisbon

Register today for the Certified Data Protection Officer training event in Lisbon, Portugal on 10-14 December

Tips to stay cyber safe while travelling

Today is World Tourism Day. Let's take a look at the Government of Canada's ''Tips to stay Cyber Safe While Travelling''.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks August 2018 – 215,000,000 records leaked

As we end the near of August, it’s time to tally up the month’s breaches.

For Google, no tracking means we still track you

Users can adjust privacy settings, but they can’t hide from Google.

Edward Snowden and John Oliver discuss password security and it’s hilarious!

See these really important tips and advises from Edward Snowden in this conversation with John Oliver.

US Supreme Court boosts privacy with mobile data ruling

Landmark decision will force US government to obtain warrant for location data.

Researchers warn of hackable baby monitor

SEC Consult confirms mother’s suspicion she was spied on.

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)!

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