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Dixons Carphone has said a huge data breach that took place last year involved 10 million customers, up from its original estimate of 1.2 million.
Legal expert Alexander Egerton considers whether the ICO’s planned £500,000 fine for Facebook is the precursor of a spate of increased fines across the board, or if it shows the ICO’s stance has not changed and will continue to target certain activities
The UK’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office, reports increased public awareness of privacy and information rights issues
A combination of a dramatic change in business requirements coupled with regulatory upheaval, embodied by GDPR, is taking IT organisations to a tipping point where they must take a much more pro-active approach to understanding and managing their data.
When it comes to data breach response, there could be a chance you are not on the same page
The security risk of lost mobile devices is underlined by the fact that almost 26,000 mobile phones and computing devices were lost in London in the past year alone
Why is it important to know where data flows, with whom it's shared and where it lives at rest, and what is the best way of achieving this?
The full cost of “mega breaches” can be up to £264m, with the average UK data breach costing £2.69m, a study has revealed
Facebook could face the maximum fine provided by the UK’s previous data protection laws for lack of transparency and security issues relating to the harvesting of data
A software glitch has resulted in up to 150,000 NHS patients' data being unwittingly shared against their will, a government minister has disclosed.
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