Privacy

September 28, 2018

UK issues data protection guidance for a no-deal Brexit scenario

In preparation for a possible no-deal Brexit, the UK Government has published guidance about how this will affect data protection. The EU uses a mechanism called […]
July 10, 2018
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Security newsround: July 2018

We round up reporting and research from across the web about the latest security news and developments. This month: stress test for infosec leaders, cybercrime by […]
June 12, 2018
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Security newsround: June 2018

We round up reporting and research from across the web about the latest security news and developments. This month: help at hand for GDPR laggards, try […]
May 3, 2018

Permission slip: what consent means and where it really applies to GDPR

As data protection and privacy professionals, we use terms from data protection legislation daily and they roll off the tongue as if we were born knowing […]
March 13, 2018

GDPRubbish: seven common data protection myths debunked

I have been evangelising about GDPR for almost two years, professionally and personally. It’s a powerful piece of legislation designed to empower citizens of Europe and […]
March 7, 2018
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Security newsround: March 2018

We round up reporting and research from across the web about the latest security news. This month: cryptomining attacks increase, data breaches rise in Ireland, the […]
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
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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 […]