The Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali) last month issued a €27,802,946 fine to telecoms company TIM S.p.A for several GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) infringements and a lack of accountability.
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Ireland’s DPC (Data Protection Commission) is investigating Internet giant Google and matchmaking app Tinder over the way they process and retain users’ data.
Cyber criminals are using the fear surrounding the coronavirus outbreak to infect the devices of unsuspecting victims with malware. The malware, delivered via an email attachment, was discovered by Kaspersky Lab and IBM X-Force.
In its latest data breach, Microsoft has exposed nearly 14 years of customer service and support records, equating to the details of nearly 250 million customers records.
The new decade is off to a promising start, with only 61 disclosed data breaches or cyber attacks. It’s not all good news, though, as a handful of massive incidents – including the ongoing leaks of medical files in the …
Chapter 2 of EU GDPR - An Implementation and Compliance Guide, give a breakdown of the GDPR’s six data processing principles. Read the extract here.
Google, the Internet giant that serves more than 87% of worldwide web users, has given further details on its Privacy Sandbox initiative. Announced in August 2019, Privacy Sandbox aims to strengthen users’ online privacy, while protecting online publishers and advertisers. …
ISO/IEC 27701:2019 is the international standard for privacy information management. It is structured in the same way as ISO/IEC 27001 – hence from the establishment of the privacy information management system (PIMS) through to its review and adaptation. There are …
The week before Christmas, Frankfurt saw the unwelcome return of Emotet, a banking trojan that recently came out of hiding to terrorise organisations across the globe. The malware spread through the city’s systems, forcing officials to shut down its IT network, causing huge delays to government services.
Travelex, a foreign exchange company with headquarters in London, has been hit by a ransomware attack, forcing it to shut down all computer systems across its 1,500 branches.