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April 1, 2020 By:idp.org

Scottish Company Under Fire for ...

Blogs | GDPR

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined CRDNN Limited the highest possible penalty there is, amounting to £500,000, for conducting approximately 193 million automated nuisance calls. Not only was this a massive breach of p ... READ THIS POST

April 1, 2020 By:idp.org

Google Accused of Violating Numerous ...

Blogs | GDPR

It appears that once again Google has been in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Accusations have been leveled against Google on the grounds of a lack of transparency, inadequate information and a lack of valid consen ... READ THIS POST

March 6, 2020 By:idp.org

Google’s acquisition of Fitbit | ...

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Google’s acquisition of Fitbit: Risk to Data Security of Millions? Google is required to conduct a complete assessment of the data protection practices and implications relating it is the acquisition of the health-ware brand: Fitbit. ... READ THIS POST

December 27, 2019 By:idp.org

The UK Businesses Are Insured

Blogs | GDPR

Two years have passed, but the non-serious behaviour of companies related to data protection is unbelievable and unbearable. According to the Risk: Value Report 2018 The NTT Security, a specialised security company of NTT Group, pu ... READ THIS POST

December 27, 2019 By:idp.org

Tis The Cyber Scam Season

Blogs | Cyber Security

Can you imagine that the season of holidays can also be called as a season of “cyber scam”? Well, at this time of year, people in every corner of the world are celebrating. Christmas and New Year are the symbols of joy and tenderness. ... READ THIS POST

December 26, 2019 By:idp.org

Four steps to reduce cybersecurity ...

Blogs | Cyber Security

Cybersecurity risks are inevitable. Therefore every organisation that retains personal data on EU individuals, or deal with EU citizens living outside its territory must implement data security measures. Similarly, Law firms should prot ... READ THIS POST

December 12, 2019 By:idp.org

My Health Record failed to ...

Blogs | Cyber Security

My Health Record, a Government agency and in charge of the $1.5bn system left data unprotected and vulnerable, the National Audit Office reported. An Australian National Audit Office discovered the risk related to cybersecurity and priv ... READ THIS POST

October 11, 2019 By:idp.org

October a CyberSecurity Awareness Month

Blogs | Cyber Security

Cybersecurity needs to be smarter because the data is a valued asset. Today, threats and attacks have become sophisticated; therefore, the business mainly requires a sturdy security fence to protect their digital operations. October is ... READ THIS POST

September 27, 2019 By:idp.org

Chine’s Data security needs to ...

Blogs | data privacy

On 28 May 2019, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released the “Data Security Management Measures”. Those measures had rules and regulations to expand the Cybersecurity Law 2016, which came into effect on 1 June 2017. The fo ... READ THIS POST

September 27, 2019 By:idp.org

Emotet, ‘a destructive malware for ...

Blogs | data privacy

Business can't be at peace, until and unless cybersecurity threats are roaming around the internet. There is no relaxation for companies regarding their data security because whenever a virus dies, it comes back with new and immense destru ... READ THIS POST