Slack has said it will reset user passwords that the workplace support platform believes may have been compromised during a data breach that hit the firm in 2015. At the time of the incident, the firm revealed its security defences had been breached by hackers who broke into the profile user database to access scrambled […]
Posted on 19th July 2019 in GDPR.
A tech chief has spoken out about the need for adequate data protection measures within IoT (Internet of Things) products, citing security as critical to winning consumer confidence. Jamie Siminoff, the founder and principal inventor behind the smart doorbell manufacturer, Ring, feels that the company’s devices’ success hinges on privacy safeguards and the ability to […]
Posted on 18th July 2019 in GDPR.
This summer sees the arrival of The Great Hack, a documentary exploring the Facebook / Cambridge Analytica scandal and how it lifts the mask on the dark arts of personal data processing. The scandal has its roots in the start of this decade, when an apparently innocuous personality app appeared on Facebook in which millions […]
Posted on 17th July 2019 in GDPR.
Ryanair is set to cut a number of flights over winter and next summer as a result of ongoing issues with the Boeing 737 Max.
Posted on 16th July 2019 in General business.