February 6, 2018

ISP’s Wi-Fi weakness highlights privacy and security shortfalls as GDPR approaches

Having been involved in GDPR preparation work for clients, I’ve become more conscious of how other people and organisations access my data. That brings me to […]
July 28, 2017
Business people in a meeting

Doing privacy ‘rights’ vs doing privacy ‘right’

When privacy is compromised, it can impact an organisation’s reputation, damaging corporate credibility and consumer trust, and increasingly results in rising financial penalties. Many organisations worldwide […]
April 6, 2017

Countdown to EU GDPR: BH Consulting to host information briefings in Dublin

For anyone working in privacy, data protection or security roles, the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation will have been on their radar – and doubtless […]
January 28, 2016

Let he who maintains his own privacy throw the first stone

As a society, we continue to be in a state of conflict when it comes to data. On the one hand, we’re often outraged over regular […]
January 22, 2016

Smartphone shopping: "Advert to aisle 4 please"

If you’ve ever worked strange hours you may well have experienced the weirdness of late night shopping. Navigating pallets, cages and assorted debris on the floor […]
January 7, 2016

Dazzling Windows 10 stats, but where did the data come from?

At the beginning of the week, Microsoft pushed a blog post out in which it heralded the amazing success of Windows 10 (it’s biased, don’t you know). If […]
November 16, 2015

Is Dublin Airport recording your phone data?

Hmmm… interesting question, and one many of you may have in mind as you pass through the airport on your way to and from IRISSCON later this week. […]
October 15, 2015

Microsoft Transparency Report details takedown requests

Ever since Edward Snowden told us what we already secretly knew – namely that our governments are more than a little keen to know what we […]