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Uber Agrees to 20 Years of Privacy Audits by the FTC – Infosecurity Magazine

Long plagued by privacy issues, Uber has agreed to privacy audits for the next 20 years after the FTC found the ride-sharing company at fault for harming consumers. There are

GDPR compliance: six steps to make it happen – IT SECURITY GURU

The deadline for GDPR compliance is now less than a year away. The regulation has become a major business concern for many companies, with good reason – one of the

New UK data protection law to offer more control to users – Help Net Security

UK citizens will have more control over how their personal information is used by businesses, and the right to demand from social media companies and online traders the deletion of

The risks of not being GDPR compliant – IT SECURITY GURU

There has been loads written and talked about surrounding General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The new regulation is arguably the most significant change in global privacy law in twenty-two years

GDPR compliance naivety in the face of disaster recovery

You can plan for it. You can train for it. You can create as many systems designed to prevent it as you want, but at the end of the day

Only 2% of “GDPR-ready” organizations are actually compliant – Help Net Security

Only nine percent of UK organizations that believe they are prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) actually are, new research from Veritas has found. In fact, organizations across

GDPR survival guide – ITProPortal

Sean Hanford – information governance consultant at bluesource, explains the nature and scope of the Data Protection Regulation reforms, the cross-business challenges they represent and how best to address them.

Constant availability: Mission-critical business data challenges – Help Net Security

In today’s world, consumers expect businesses to be always-on, but 24/7/365 availability – for both data and applications – comes with specific information security challenges. Click here to view original

Regulation-led security can give hackers a blueprint to a business network

As the headlines reporting data breach after data breach show, hackers are seemingly always one step ahead of businesses’ cyber security defences. The reality is that in some cases, rather

GDPR: 12 steps businesses can use to prepare right now – Help Net Security

In this podcast, Darron Gibbard, Chief Technical Security Officer, EMEA, Qualys, talks about preparing for the GDPR and provides a good basis to start your program and understand what departments you