Webinar: Build the Case: Increase Your Data Privacy Investment (and ROI)

What is the price of privacy? What value can be tagged at privacy? An interesting question to ask organisations as it reflects the investment they make to secure and protect their data, employees, consumers, reputation etcetera. The webinar taking place on Thursday, March 26th will discuss struggle to maintain privacy in relation to core business and the demand by […]

#Privacy: Majority of legal sector IT leaders say insider data breaches are a big concern

A recent study has revealed that legal sector employees are twice as likely to breach company policy when data sharing than employees in other sectors.  Today, Egress published the legal sector analysis of its second global Insider Data Breach Survey, whereby focus was on the causes, frequency and implications of internal security breaches incidents, in […]

#Privacy: Database exposes 200m records

Researchers have uncovered an unsecured Google Cloud database containing 800GB of personal user information.  The CyberNews research team discovered that the publicly accessible database, hosted on a Google Cloud server, contained more than 200 million detailed records.  Records included full names, titles, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, credit ratings, detailed mortgage and tax […]

#Privacy: EDPB adopts statement on data processing in the context of COVID-19 outbreak

The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has adopted a statement about governments, public and private organisations across Europe taking measures to contain and mitigate COVID-19.  In the statement issued March 16, EDPB emphasised: “Data protection rules (such as the GDPR) do not hinder measures taken in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.” “It is in […]