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Compliance with payment card data security standards is improving, but many businesses, including those in the retail, financial services and hospitality sectors, are still failing to adhere to them
Businesses have been advised to review their existing data processing contracts to ensure that they comply with new EU data protection laws.
The UK government announces details of its data protection law that will align with the EU’s GDPR
A cyber-attack on a credit rating agency threatening the data of up to 44 million people in the UK has been branded an "unmitigated disaster" by security experts.
Elizabeth Denham said the data breach notification regime under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) "will raise the level of security and privacy protections across the board". The GDPR will apply from 25 May 2018.
Businesses can obtain a "competitive advantage" if they "get data protection right", a senior official at the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has said
Equifax uses the breach to sign up victims for its credit monitoring service — but why do they change the notification?
About 143 million US customers of credit report giant Equifax may have had information compromised in a cyber security breach, the company has disclosed.
OCS Group UK v Mr Dadi has highlighted the importance for employers to put in place measures to prevent the disclosure of confidential information and has also shown the serious consequences for employees who breach Court Orders.
The Prince of Wales’s office has expressed concern after papers relating to the heir to the throne were among confidential documents accidentally exposed online by a literary agency.
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