#Privacy: Avoid falling into the GDPR loophole

Were you aware that data privacy regulations like General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may have inadvertently created a security vulnerability? GDPR and other “privacy by design” laws, established to empower individuals to claim back control over their data and protect their identities, have allowed loopholes to occur – cybercriminals can easily take advantage of these […]

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 #DeleteFacebook starts trending following secretive meetings between Zuckerberg and politicians and it’s also been revealed that CEOs could get jail time for violating a new US privacy bill. Safe-browsing isn’t safe It […]

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 Twitter had a Facebook-esque blunder with user data and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has revealed that it has seen a huge increase in the number of young women applying to […]

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 opened with PrivSec Dublin, Facebook scraps non-compliant apps, and guidance for Brexit has been released.  The week opened with the first PrivSec event in Dublin. PrivSec Report covered the event over the […]

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 that vulnerabilities in IoT devices have doubled since 2013 and Obama took to the stage in San Francisco to discuss Big Data and organisations responsibilities. What password? This week […]

#privacy: PrivSec Dublin goes live this Monday

Just two days remain before PrivSec Dublin comes to the Irish capital’s Conference Centre, where an international line-up of industry speakers will debate the latest developments in cyber-security and data privacy before an audience of 1,000 delegates. Sixteen months on from the introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), PrivSec Dublin will throw […]

#privacy: The CCPA – changing the US privacy landscape

On the 1 January 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will enter into application. Widely considered to be one of the most significant legislative privacy developments in the US, the legislation will also have a major impact globally given the size of California’s economy. In many respects, the CCPA is leading the way for substantial […]

Compliance and innovation in marketing? Samuel Plantie explains all at PrivSec Dublin

Arriving at Dublin’s Convention Centre on 23rd and 24th September 2019, PrivSec Dublin brings CEOs, security chiefs and IT specialists to the forefront of the cyber-security debate. Keynote talks and panel discussions across three specialist theatres will explore the merging of cyber-security and data privacy, enabling the event’s 1,000 attendees to understand the issues driving […]

Data sovereignty a hot topic among UK SMEs, says Memset

Data sovereignty is once again rising up the list of boardroom priorities. The three main drivers behind this – more stringent regulations, growing balkanisation of technology and new complexity in cloud storage locations – are coming together like never before. British Airways’ £183 million fine over a 2018 security lapse, Facebook’s almost £4 billion penalty for […]