PrivSec:Report Weekly Roundup

Each week, PrivSec:Report presents the top 5 headlines from the week’s news and upcoming events in the privacy and security industry. This week 80 malicious apps have been downloaded an eye-watering number of times, and an equally eye-watering number of cybersecurity attacks have been experienced by US federal agencies. That’s sneaky! At the start of […]

Biometrics: the Stumbling Block of GDPR Compliance?

This May we celebrated one year since GDPR came into effect. Designed to protect consumer privacy and keep businesses accountable, this pan-European regulation has drastically changed the way personal data is being used, necessitating great changes for most businesses to remain compliant. At the same time, organisations have come under increased pressure to protect their security perimeter from […]

Exclusive interview with AI expert and PrivSec New York speaker, Gail Gottehrer

AI and biometrics legal expert, Gail Gottehrer will give an exclusive talk to audiences at PrivSec conference. Taking place on November 5th and 6th at Columbia University, PrivSec New York brings privacy and security together for a two-day event that champions collaboration, progression and innovation. Gail Gottehrer is the founder of the Law Office of […]

PrivSec:Report Weekly Roundup

Each week, PrivSec:Report presents the top 5 headlines from the week’s news and upcoming events in the privacy and security industry. This week the UK cyber industry gets a funding boost and the Australian Department of Home Affairs leaked the information of VISA applicants. More Social Media News. Not a week goes by where a […]

PrivSec:Report Weekly Roundup

Each week, PrivSec:Report presents the top 5 headlines from the week’s news and upcoming events in the privacy and security industry. Social media giants have popped up throughout the week with various privacy issues, and it’s been revealed that hackers can now alter the sent messages on WhatsApp. Less speed more haste This week began […]

Why encrypting data from the source is critical

In the past few weeks both BA and Marriott made the business headlines for the wrong reasons –breaching General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Both fines related to breaches of credit card details. The answer lies in end-to-end data encryption. GDPR regulations, specifically Article 34, guides businesses on how to prepare for the day after the breach, […]

PrivSec:Report Weekly Roundup

Each week, PrivSec:Report presents the top 5 headlines from the week’s news and upcoming events in the privacy and security industry. This week it’s been revealed the true impact GDPR has had on business and Cisco has been forced to pay hefty settlement fees. It’s Costing A Pretty Penny Towards the beginning of the week, […]