New research has revealed that businesses are risking a potential data breach due to a lack of adequate server security. The survey of 1,050 UK workers in full or part-time employment carried out by Probrand revealed that a shocking 44% of businesses are failing to properly protect their client and employee data by not adequately securing […]
Posted on 16th April 2019 in GDPR.
When I give presentations on cybersecurity, directors often ask, ‘Why do I need to worry about this when I have an IT team to take care of it for me?’
Posted on 15th April 2019 in Tech.
An apology has been issued by the Home Office after the department revealed fears of a second breach of UK residents’ data in seven days. The potential shortfall comes through accidental sharing of the private details of EU nationals aiming to obtain settled status in Britain. As the Home Office sought to remedy technical issues, […]
Posted on 15th April 2019 in GDPR.
Unofficial webpages that process personal details to book visa renewals for immigrants in Ireland claim their data handling practices do not contravene the GDPR. Facebook pages, phone apps and other websites are among the forums available that enable individuals from overseas to pay up to €40 in exchange for a fast-track towards securing a date […]
Posted on 12th April 2019 in GDPR.