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April 10, 2019 By:idp.org

2019 Trends Concerning Cybersecurity And ...

Blogs | Cyber Security | data privacy

Every New Year brings new trends of development in the cybersecurity and data privacy policy. The state legislatures have tightened the noose for the organisations and decided to keep the ball rolling for privacy policies. Likewise, in 2018 ... READ THIS POST

February 14, 2019 By:idp.org

Effects Of Brexit On Data ...

Blogs | GDPR

With Brexit day approaching near, many organisations are asking for help in preparation of Brexit Data Response Plan in case of no deal Brexit. Based on the guidelines provided by the ICO and DCMS on data protection some of the main pros an ... READ THIS POST

February 12, 2019 By:idp.org

Report Claims There Are 59,000 ...

Blogs | Data Breach

The report claimed that almost 65% of the data breach notifications are from the Netherlands, Germany and the UK which are 15,400, 12,600 and 10,600 respectively. The latest survey conducted by DLA Piper claims that there are about 59,00 ... READ THIS POST

February 7, 2019 By:idp.org

Over 95000 Complaints Filed On ...

Blogs | GDPR

Eight month into the GDPR and statistics released by the European Commission provides us with the effects of its application. The watchdogs in European Union (EU) received almost 95180 complaints from citizens regarding the misuse of their ... READ THIS POST

January 24, 2019 By:idp.org

Google Is Appealing Against €50 ...

Blogs | GDPR

Tech giant Google said in a statement that they are going to appeal against the €50 million GDPR fine for the violations in privacy matters by the CNIL French data protection authority. In an email, a Google spokesperson said: “We’ ... READ THIS POST

January 22, 2019 By:idp.org

U.S. Targets The Beneficiaries Of ...

Blogs | Data Breach

Federal prosecutors charged two men from Ukraine on the data hack which happened in 2016 with the systems of Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC). The SEC disclosed the hacking attempt in September 2017, when they thought that the s ... READ THIS POST

January 17, 2019 By:idp.org

Germany Shook Facebook On Data ...

Blogs | data privacy

There is a thought in Germany to restrict the mishandling of user data from Facebook which it collects from the third party apps, and the regulators are working on it keeping the legal implications in the view to make them comply with data ... READ THIS POST

January 14, 2019 By:idp.org

Hackers steals sensitive data | ...

Blogs | Data Breach

A hacker breached into a school network of San Diego Unified School District and stole the data of almost 500,000 staff and students, which has caused the breach of data protection act, because of the cyber attack the hacker gained the cred ... READ THIS POST

January 11, 2019 By:idp.org

Flirty Chat Platform fined EUR ...

Blogs | Data Breach

A hack that resulted in about 800 thousand email addresses and over 1.8 million usernames and passwords, a social website of Germany blazed with a fine of 20,000 Euros against Data protection rule from German Data Protection Authority. I ... READ THIS POST

January 8, 2019 By:idp.org

Initial GDPR fined under Portuguese ...

Blogs | GDPR

Centro Hospitalar Barreiro Montijo is fined 400,000 euros for violating the General Data Protection Regulation. It was the first fine made by the Portuguese Supervisory Data protection Bill Authority in the scope of GDPR. They found that th ... READ THIS POST