A Freedom of Information (FOI) request from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) was released today revealing the amount of late and incomplete data breach reports prior to GDPR. It found that businesses routinely delayed data breach disclosure and failed to provide important details to the ICO in the year prior to the GDPR’s enactment.
Posted on 11th March 2019 in GDPR.
The first annual report of the Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC) reveals that the number of data security breach notifications has escalated since the implementation of the EU’s new data laws.
Car dealers in the UK are in the process of adapting to the GDPR era, as stronger regulations surrounding consents hits data-driven marketing campaigns. Business is taking a hit as a result, as dealerships find themselves under new restrictions on data handling, The Drum reports, following a study carried out by Marketing Delivery. According to […]
The Information Commissioner’s Office is to work alongside regulators in Europe to establish whether Google has fallen foul of more GDPR rules. The ICO, which enforces European data law in the UK, is now investigating measures to take following a number of complaints raised against the tech giant. The ubiquitous search engine is still in […]
Posted on 5th February 2019 in GDPR.
The UK’s small and medium-sized business are forced to ignore Brexit planning as they have fallen behind on issues such as GDPR compliance and cyber security, finds Zurich.
Posted on 21st September 2018 in General business.
Businesses across Europe are busy making sure they are GDPR compliant ahead of its looming deadline of May 25th. The fast-approaching legislation will give consumers more control over how their personal data is being used and significantly increases the pressure on businesses to protect and secure customer information. Richard Smith, Regional Manager at SOTI looks furhter.
Posted on 27th March 2018 in GDPR.
Data privacy is no longer a legal requirement, it’s vital for greasing the wheels of the economy, as the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle shows.
Complying with the GDPR is anything but a box ticking exercise, however much of what’s required by the new regulation is an evolution, not a revolution. Individuals already have many rights under the current Data Protection Act, but the difference is that organisations will have to, not only be compliant, but demonstrate and document compliance. […]
Posted on 26th February 2018 in GDPR.