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A study of dark web markets by Google has found millions of usernames and passwords that were stolen directly through attacks, and billions of usernames and passwords indirectly exposed in third-party data breaches
Monitoring the dark web to see if your data is being sold there is risky, but solutions and services are available to help.
Most US companies risk fines for non-compliance with new European data protection laws that apply to all organisations processing any personal data of EU citizens
There is still much work to be done before UK SMEs are fully prepared for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), business barometer shows
For the second time in five months, The University of East Anglia has been involved in a personal data breach.
Insider threat research has revealed that 24% of workers purposely shared info with other companies and nearly 50% have received an email by mistake
Details of data breaches reported to the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) could be shared with insurers to help them "accurately price cyber risk", the UK's digital minister has said.
National Trading Standards (NTS) has urged consumers to "remain vigilant" as criminals exploit new trends and technology, warning that connected gadgets could leave households open to data theft.
You may not be as anonymous as you think.
The DPB aims to reinforce data protection regulation for new technologies, while allowing people to have more control over their data.
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