Google facing mounting pressure over tracking tactics

Google’s data privacy practices are attracting the regulator attention, due to the search engine’s tracking of user locations, the BBC news website reports. Seven organisations have come together to file complaints with a number of regional watchdogs over Google’s tracking behaviours, with issues based on research which suggests users have no choice but to engage […]

Data breach strikes Amazon as Black Friday approaches

Names and email addresses of Amazon customers have appeared in public view online, the internet retailer has revealed.  The news comes at a particularly sensitive time of year, when consumers will be sharing record levels of personal data with shops as they reach for seasonal bargains in the run up to Christmas. Amazon has said […]

Code is the future of data protection, says PwC’s Stewart Room at Data Protection World Forum

The first morning session at the Keynote Conference Theatre at Data Protection World Forum studied the GDPR landscape around us. Stewart Room put a future perspective on the issue, presenting the case for data security as a journey to a coded domain, while exposing the outdated methods organisations are currently employing as they battle to […]

OneTrust VP Kevin Kiley assesses the GDPR landscape of Data Protection World Forum

The first morning of Data Protection World Forum saw an international delegate base congregate at London’s Excel arena where specialists are currently giving their views and advice on the most pressing issues in the global landscape of data security. In the Keynote Conference Theatre’s morning session, VP of One Trust, Kevin Kiley put GDPR under […]