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  • Dire state of UK cybersecurity revealed: Budgets slashed, awareness failing
    19 Oct 2017 12:27
    Computer Business Review
    Add to favorites A colossal 44 per cent of UK businesses do not even have a cybersecurity insurance policy in place to stem the damage of an attack.
    UK organisations are facing mounting scrutiny regarding the handling of cyber incidents, but a massive 28 …
  • Many business leaders still in the dark about new data protection rules: IoD
    19 Oct 2017 09:53
    Continuity Central
    Details
    Published: Thursday, 19 October 2017 08:57
    A survey of business leaders has revealed that there are still a worrying number of companies across the UK that are not aware of the costs, complexities and responsibilities associated with the new GDPR …
  • Companies face cyber security double whammy in Brexit and GDPR
    19 Oct 2017 03:14
    Irish Independent
    As it stands, the GDPR will apply to all EU member states. Britain will still be a member of the European Union at that time and therefore GDPR will also apply to it. In practical terms this means that companies in Ireland and the EU can continue to send …
  • US attempt to win right to grab Irish-held emails in Microsoft case is dangerous
    19 Oct 2017 00:40
    Irish Times
    US supreme court cases, by their very nature, are always significant. Each year the court agrees to hear only about 1 per cent of all the cases petitioners ask it to consider, and by the time a case is accepted by the most senior of US courts, it has …
  • Google debuts additional identity protection services
    19 Oct 2017 00:29
    ComputerWeekly.com
    Google has rolled out a series of online security enhancements across its services, introducing more personalised security checkups for user accounts and additional phishing protections in its Chrome browser.
    Download this free guide
    The 10 most important …
  • DPO or no DPO? That’s the question
    18 Oct 2017 17:45
    Computer Business Review
    Add to favorites One of the main sticking points about the GDPR is whether to hire a Data Protection Officer or not.
    The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) continues to approach like a
    Kris Lahiri, co-founder & Chief Security Officer, …
  • GDPR Causes Call Recording Headace
    18 Oct 2017 17:39
    Comms Business
    Published on 18/10/2017
    in Insight
    The GDPR aims to inspire “privacy by design and default” and give individuals, including smart phone users, bank and insurance customers and NHS patients, a far bigger say in the way their personal data will be …
  • Companies forced into ‘healthier’ privacy, security risk posture: RSA
    18 Oct 2017 14:50
    iTWire
    Data governance and privacy program management like that initiated by the European Union is forcing companies around the world to revisit and revise how they manage and protect data in today’s interconnected cyber landscape, according to a new report.
  • How​ ​the EU​ ​is​ ​shaking​ ​Silicon​ ​Valley​ ​with​ ​GDPR
    18 Oct 2017 07:39
    International Business Times
    It is no secret that EU has been slamming Silicon Valley companies with large fines. In June 2017, we saw Google being fined a record high penalty of $2.7bn for using its search engine to unfairly steer visitors to its own shopping platform.
    The EU has a …
  • Forty per cent of financial firms have suffered data breaches in 2017
    18 Oct 2017 04:47
    Computing.co.uk
    More than half of global financial services firms have been hit by a cyber attack in the past year.
    That's according to the 2017 Thales Data Threat Report, Financial Edition. It suggests that financial organisations face unprecedented data security …
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