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Continuous security monitoring is the key for compliance with the new Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) standard, as well as GDPR. Failing to comply with one will mean failing to comply with both.
Inappropriate data sharing continues to be a problem for companies, according to a survey from data discovery and auditing software vendor Netwrix. Although most companies have designated secure storage areas for their data, many find it leaking into insecure areas, its research found.
A data breach broker is selling databases containing user records for 14 different companies he claimed were breached by hackers in 2020.
V Shred defended the public status of its open bucket and only partially solved the problem.
Businesses can expect to see a continued push towards a more global approach to data protection
The UK’s three main political parties are collecting personal data on voters, but much of it is wrong and its use may fall foul of data protection laws
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released an investigation report into the use of mobile phone extraction (MPE) by police forces when conducting criminal investigations in England and Wales.
With pubs and restaurants required to collect customer data for contact tracing when they reopen, data privacy risks will be heightened
Personal data of an estimated 100,000 social media influencers has been accessed and partially leaked following a breach at social media marketing firm Preen.
Twitter has emailed its business clients to tell them that personal information may have been compromised.
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