To ensure that people remain quarantined in their homes and slow down the spread of COVID-19, a number of nations are resorting to surveillance measures such as phone location tracking.
From third-party data disclosures to lost passwords and sending ID cards to the wrong addresses, the UK Home Office has managed to breach the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Since its introduction around two years ago, the EU’s GDPR law has brought in more than €114m in fines. DLA Piper, a multinational law firm, reports that they’ve had 160,000
Capgemini, a consultancy firm, found that, although GDPR has been in effect for more than a year, only one in three businesses are compliant. Here’s the nitty and gritty. As
Following the recent news of a GDPR fine against British Airways, there is another penalty on the horizon; the $123m fine against Marriott. The UK’s ICO has made decision to
Following a cyber attack targeted at British Airways last year, the proposed GDPR penalty has reached record heights – a mind-numbing £183m. Allegedly, hundreds of thousands of customers were affected.
If you have the Microsoft 365 enterprise bundle, good news! The company has decided to roll out new privacy dashboards that will help you become GDPR compliant. The new Compliance
It’s official: Google has been slapped with a €50m GDPR and the news comes from CNIL, the French data protection authority. As this is the first big fine issued in
About three weeks ago, hackers started exploiting the zero-day cybersecurity vulnerability found in the WP GDPR Compliance plugin, a popular choice for WordPress users. The vulnerability has since been patched
AggregateIQ, a Canadian company that’s also been involved in the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, is the first to be put on notice. The Facebook data scandal involved the personal