On 14th November, the Information Commissioner's Office (“ICO”) published an update to its guidance on the processing of special category data (“Guidance”). Background The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) recognises that some types of personal data are more sensitive than ...
On 14th November, the Information Commissioner's Office (“ICO”) published an update to its guidance on the processing of special category data (“Guidance”). Background The General Data ...
Web-hosting firm 1&1 hit by almost €10 million GDPR fine over poor security at call centre https://t.co/NDzxVtRc3D via gcluleyOpen
Web-hosting company 1&1 has been hit with one of the largest fines dished out so far under European GDPR legislation, Germany's federal privacy watchdog has announced. 1&1 has been fined ...
RT @marievonboran: Facial recognition technology latest woe at national children’s hospital https://t.co/UYJjikhbmS #GDPR #hikvisionOpen
Net Results: Apart from expense, Hikvision cameras bring GDPR issues into focus
RT @DPCIreland: Does the GDPR ban people sending Christmas cards or letters to Santa? And what is the legal basis for Santa’s ‘naughty or nice list’? Read the festive edition of our myth-busting blog https://t.co/O57o0dWRBT https://t.co/c4bMsQKC6vOpen
Letter writing, Christmas marketing emails and online shopping – Christmas time is here and with it comes more rumours that the GDPR is ruining the festivities. Here we take you through the ...
Attackers are targeting biometric data. Please reset your fingerprints. "The cybersecurity firm found that 37% of computers that had Kaspersky installed faced at least one attempt of malware infection in Q3 2019, aimed at extraction biometric data." https://t.co/gb91mwc2vVOpen
The dark side of biometric authentication: Hackers using malware to steal fingerprints & sensitive data
Biometric data has eased the burden of remembering passwords, but is it truly safe?
New blog post: ISO 27701 vs. ISO 27001 vs. ISO 27002 vs. GDPR | 27001Academy https://t.co/clQ9lRuGNo Please ReTweet! https://t.co/FVKuzeS0oZOpen
ISO 27701 is a standard that connects privacy regulations like GDPR with ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 in order to protect personally identifiable information.
RT @rossamcmahon: Sweden and France have banned facial recognition cameras in schools, but we're putting them in the National Children's Hospital so that it is "future proofed"? https://t.co/1FzAJl4boGOpen
Surveillance cameras capable of facial recognition have been ordered for the €1.73bn national children’s hospital, using technology from a Chinese company that has been banned in America ...
2019 Cyber Security Statistics Trends & Data: The Ultimate List of Cyber Security Stats | PurpleSec https://t.co/JOZkwiQAOHOpen
Hundreds of cyber security statistics and metrics including the top network vulnerabilities, social engineering, penetration testing, compliance and more.
RT @Aristot73: Wassenaar Arrangement Dec. 2019 New entry in the Munitions List: "ML21.b.5 "Software" specially designed or modified for the conduct of military offensive cyber operations;" https://t.co/pkY1Web6Pr https://t.co/INcLWwGHGZOpen
includes: - Junction Field Effect Transistors (JFETs) - Vertical Junction Field Effect Transistors (VJFETs) - Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MOSFETs) - Double Diffused ...
As #DigitalTransformation impacts organizations across every industry, 2020 #Cybersecurity predictions are far from lean. RSA President @rohit_ghai, CTO Dr. @Zulfikar_Ramzan, @steveschlarman and other leaders offer their insights via @Info_Sec_Buzz: https://t.co/kK4mEDvcwEOpen
As part of our expert comments series, experts with a diverse background commented below on 2020 Cybersecurity predictions. This is a live post and will be updated as we received comments ...
RT @DanielMiessler: @anton_chuvakin @hacks4pancakes Here’s my breakdown: https://t.co/UP9Ub1NcOtOpen
Short answer: it's a trick question. Privacy is part of security. But just because one is part of the other doesn't mean they are the same. There's a
RT @PrivacyMatters: German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information imposes a fine of 9,550,000 EUR on telecommunications service provider for GDPR Article 32 failures (customer authentication). Via @CarloPiltz https://t.co/yyeal5GMjA (fine being appealed)Open
German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information imposes a fine of 9,550,000 EUR on telecommunications service provider The ...
RT @DarkReading: Senior execs are 12x more likely to be social engineering targets. So why do they have a reputation for being bad at compliance? One of the most common reasons is they need security controls exclusively fit for them. A one-size-fits-all approach won't work https://t.co/buuUA4s3CFOpen
Is the C-suite really that bad at following security policy? Or is it a case of mixed messages and misunderstanding?
RT @DPCIreland: Christmas is a busy time of year for retailers. Make sure you know your obligations when it comes to e-receipts https://t.co/jJOdwdhkES https://t.co/K6OD3nH4hiOpen
The Data Protection Commission (DPC) previously carried out a series of audits in order to assess
These are the worst hacks, cyberattacks, and data breaches of 2019 #infosec https://t.co/Zd3MVMCJhrOpen
A slew of hacks, data breaches, and attacks tainted the cybersecurity landscape in 2019.
RT @mrkoot: "Exporting digital authoritarianism - The Russian and Chinese models", a @BrookingFP policy brief by @apolyakova and @chrismeserole (Aug 2019) https://t.co/tgQN941kGu Direct link (2.3MB .pdf, 22 pages): https://t.co/w41ZJbI83t Screenshot: Executive Summary. https://t.co/f64LWIRWchOpen
The Russian government has made recent legal and technical moves which further tighten control, including legislation passed this year to establish a “sovereign Russian internet.” The ...