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BT's data governance director Horia Selegean outlines how the British telco used the looming GDPR regulation to boost its big data capabilities
Security teams have plenty of tools at their disposal to help their organizations achieve and maintain S3 bucket security. Learn about the threats and best practices to stay safe.
A growing number of data-driven initiatives, alongside heightened demand for security in governance, data management and compliance, has led to the rise of a more holistic approach – integrated risk management
The US, Australian and UK governments have asked Facebook to ditch plans to deploy end-to-end encryption across Facebook Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp
Home Secretary Priti Patel last night (Thursday 3 October) signed an historic agreement that will enable British law enforcement agencies to directly demand electronic data relating to terrorists, child sexual abusers and other serious criminals from US tech firms.
More than 200 million players of the popular mobile games Words with Friends and Draw Something had their login information stolen.
A new report suggests that most businesses are happy with their GDPR compliance posture, but the lack of skills in the space is leading to an increase in reported breaches
The finance industry prevented £820 million of unauthorised fraud in the first half of 2019.
Julian Copeman and Jan O'Neill of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP consider how the General Data Protection Regulation (679/2016/EU) applies when dealing with personal data in the context of court proceedings.
As much of the advertising technology used by marketers to deliver personalised content online is deemed unlawful, there are signs regulation could actually be a win-win for both consumers and business – as long as the industry embraces change
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