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New NIST Privacy Framework Aims to Help Organizations Achieve Better Data Protection, Compliance With New Privacy Laws

On Feb 23, 2020
@Infosec_Tourist shared
RT @cpomagazine: New NIST #Privacy Framework helps to identify potential blind spots even if an organization already has a robust #privacy and #security strategy in place. #respectdata https://t.co/Xcd7TYfdll
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New NIST Privacy Framework together with its existing Cybersecurity Framework provide a road map on cyber industry security, data handling standards and best practices for organizations.

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On Feb 23, 2020
@Infosec_Tourist shared
RT @cpomagazine: New NIST #Privacy Framework helps to identify potential blind spots even if an organization already has a robust #privacy and #security strategy in place. #respectdata https://t.co/Xcd7TYfdll
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New NIST Privacy Framework Aims to Help Organizations Achieve Better Data Protection, Compliance With New Privacy Laws

New NIST Privacy Framework together with its existing Cybersecurity Framework provide a road map on cyber industry security, data handling standards and best practices for organizations.



On Feb 17, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @SamuelStolton: Vestager: Facial recognition tech breaches EU data protection rules https://t.co/O7TRsZAmdN @europressos
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Vestager: Facial recognition tech breaches EU data protection rules

The European Commission will take some time before deciding on how to legislate facial recognition remotely, but will not prevent national initiatives from moving ahead on their own, ...

On Feb 20, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @klillington: Big tech ‘procedural queries’ delay decision on first DPC data fines https://t.co/5dom9QrYTv via @IrishTimesBiz
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Big tech ‘procedural queries’ delay decision on first data fines – watchdog

Data Protection Commissioner assessing issues around information-sharing with other EU regulators

On Feb 19, 2020
@healthinfosec shared
#PlasticSurgery Database Exposed: Researchers French Technology Firm's Database Was Unprotected, Report Says https://t.co/zjOH2m8Ic4
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Plastic Surgery Database Exposed: Researchers

An unsecured database belonging to a French technology firm that supplies video and digital equipment to plastic surgery and dermatology clinics exposed content on

On Feb 24, 2020
@Infosec_Tourist shared
RT @EPICprivacy: “Digital giants invade our private lives, spy on our families and gather our most intimate facts on a mass scale for profit. There is no federal agency responsible for privacy protection. The @FTC has consistently failed to protect consumer #privacy.” https://t.co/qVVGG7TDea
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It appears that you are trying to access our website from a location in the European Union, which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Unfortunately, because of this ...

On Feb 22, 2020
@stefant shared
According to leaked internal European Union documents, the EU could soon be creating a network of national police facial recognition databases https://t.co/CCbqrQdBeP
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Leaked Reports Show EU Police Are Planning a Pan-European Network of Facial Recognition Databases

The proposal to link the EU’s facial recognition databases would likely connect them to the U.S. as well, in a massive consolidation of biometric data.

On Feb 20, 2020
@mikko shared
RT @alfredwkng: Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University just released an app that tells you when IoT devices are around and what data they collect: https://t.co/jutEmwxDns https://t.co/eC7tibiRHb
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New infrastructure will enhance privacy in today’s Internet of Things

New infrastructure will enhance privacy in today’s Internet of Things - CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

On Feb 23, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @EmeraldDeLeeuw: Well Brexiteers, Google is sending your personal data to the US from its data centres in Ireland. Say hello to your new data controller: Google LLC. Let me guess "This was not the #Brexit you voted for"? https://t.co/vPuFn1v275
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On Feb 20, 2020
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RT @irishexaminer: Cianan Brennan: Dixon determined to face all challenges https://t.co/dPrkpHPEwb
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Cianan Brennan: Dixon determined to face all challenges

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon discusses the frustration she has experienced in the role so far, but says several cases are now nearing conclusion.

On Feb 22, 2020
@Hexacorn shared
RT @WolfieChristl: NEW: We examined in detail how 10 popular smartphone apps secretly share extensive personal information with at least 135 companies, systematically breaking EU data protection law. This must end. Two massive reports + legal complaints against 6 companies: https://t.co/k5obc3qSgW https://t.co/TrSAsSoC2p
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New study: The advertising industry is systematically breaking the law

Based on the findings, more than 20 consumer and civil society organisations in Europe and from different parts of the world are urging their authorities to investigate the practices of the ...

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On Feb 21, 2020
@wbm312 shared
RT @hoofnagle: WSJ: "New Mexico sued Alphabet Inc.’s Google, alleging that the internet giant knowingly spies on students and their families through its Google Education platform.” https://t.co/OkT02b3rBp?
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New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Data Privacy

The state filed a lawsuit accusing the internet giant of knowingly spying on students and their families through its Google Education platform, allegations that the company denies.

On Feb 20, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @adrianweckler: Irish DPC gearing up for substantial fines in multinational tech investigations https://t.co/Gx9bH7roPE
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Data Protection Commissioner signals blockbuster fines for multinationals on the way

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has given the clearest signal yet that huge fines may be imposed on technology multinational firms under investigation here.

On Feb 19, 2020
@opexxx shared
RT @SecurityExpert: IT Security Expert Blog: The Billion Pound Manchester City Hack https://t.co/m0wlgJaLl1 #mancity #uefa #ffp
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The Billion Pound Manchester City Hack

A UK view on Cyber (IT Security) & Information Security. Covers everything Computer Security from the basics to the advanced

On Feb 18, 2020
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RT @watchguard: Why #voterregistration hacks and state #privacy regulations will dominate 2020. #elections #security @HelpNetSecurity @XORRO_ https://t.co/8lDKfu93vZ
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Why Voter Registration Hacks and State Privacy Regulations Will Dominate 2020

After the major email security and hacking controversies that influenced the 2020 U.S. presidential election, the WatchGuard Threat Lab expects to see two major government information ...

On Feb 24, 2020
@opexxx shared
RT @EU_EDPB: The EDPB guidelines on Art. 46 (2) (a) and 46 (3) (b) GDPR for transfers of personal data between EEA and non-EEA public authorities and bodies are now available on our website: https://t.co/udaVfil8bU The guidelines will be open for public consultation until 6 April 2020. https://t.co/Cg5wSuHzmP
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Guidelines 2/2020 on articles 46 (2) (a) and 46 (3) (b) of Regulation 2016/679 for transfers of personal data between EEA and non-EEA public authorities and bodies

Guidelines 2/2020 on articles 46 (2) (a) and 46 (3) (b) of Regulation 2016/679 for transfers of personal data between EEA and non-EEA public authorities and bodies

On Feb 19, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @DPCIreland: Do you use a dash cam in your vehicle? Make sure you know the potential data protection obligations of operating one https://t.co/PvOs1cEHs7 https://t.co/fDRReZkAqB
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Guidance for Drivers on use of "Dash Cams"

The use of dashboard-mounted CCTV systems - Dash Cams – has increased in recent years as devices

On Feb 19, 2020
@ProfWoodward shared
EU strategy in digital services has number of interesting objectives. I wonder how they’ll achieve the universally accepting public electronic identity? https://t.co/wbaqJ2CDAW https://t.co/mIHu0lkAHr
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- A reinforced EU governments interoperability strategy to ensure coordination and common standards for secure and borderless public sector data flows and services. - - Propose an ...

On Feb 20, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @klillington: My column today: Facebook already violates existing regulations, so .... -- Don’t be fooled by Facebook’s ‘regulate us, please’ media blitz https://t.co/4ZIIlJnGQd via @IrishTimesBiz
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Don’t be fooled by Facebook’s ‘regulate us, please’ media blitz

Playing the free speech card, Zuckerberg wants his own idea of beneficial-to-Facebook ‘regulation’