Since the EU's GDPR went into full effect, European data protection authorities have received over 59,000 data breach reports, with the Netherlands, Germany and the U.K. receiving the greatest number of notifications, according to the law firm DLA Piper.
With privacy laws becoming global and mainstream, the concept of "adequate security" is becoming a legal mandate across many verticals. The overlap between privacy and security calls for new ways for these two teams to collaborate, communicate more effectively, and use common tools.
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As the U.K. teeters on the edge of a "no deal" Brexit, the country's information commissioner has warned businesses to prepare, saying that any organization that handles Europeans' personal data must ensure they have a legal transfer arrangement in place for continuing to do so.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of why Google was one of the first companies to be hit with a major GDPR fine, plus a global update on GDPR compliance trends and an in-depth report on shifts in malware.
Cisco is out with findings from its 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study, which shows the impact of GDPR compliance as well as how customers are asking more questions about how their data is secured. Cisco Chief Privacy Officer Michelle Dennedy analyzes the survey.
France has hit Google with a 50 million euro ($57 million) fine for violating the EU's General Data Protection Regulation. The country's data regulator says Google doesn't inform users in a clear way how their data is being collected and processed for targeted advertising.
GDPR has been in effect since May 2018, but organizations are still waiting to see what impact it will have on the costs organizations might face from breach cleanup, investigations, sanctions and class action lawsuits, says Ian Thornton-Trump of the financial services firm AMTrust International.
Europe's "right to be forgotten" should not apply worldwide, but only inside the EU, according to a nonbinding opinion issued to the European Court of Justice by one of its advocate generals regarding a case that arose from a dispute between France's data privacy watchdog and Google.
With major data breaches in the news and high-stakes security regulations in effect - including GDPR and the NIS Directive - CISOs worldwide are scrambling to comply with IT standards and avoid hefty fines. Privileged Access Management (PAM) streamlines compliance and overlaps with the requirements of many...
What makes Industrial Control Systems (ICS) so vulnerable to cyber attack? How does this impact the wider enterprise? With IoT-connected equipment and remote management on the rise, security has never been so important. Privileged Access Management (PAM) secures and controls access to critical Industrial...
Two heavyweight cybersecurity regulations, ISO 27001 and the more recent GDPR, are major concerns for CISOs and IT teams worldwide. Conveniently for CISOs and IT teams, however, the two standards have much in common. Here we offer a cross-mapping of the security requirements of each regulation, and how PAM can help...
An EU General Data Protection Regulation enforcement action against a hospital in Portugal demonstrates complying with GDPR may be even tougher than complying with HIPAA. Regulatory experts analyze the implications of the case.
Implemented in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, marked a colossal shift in the treatment and handling of personal data. And while the GDPR is an EU policy, its effects aren't limited to European borders.
On top of the implications the policy has on global companies with ties to the...
Hundreds of members of the German parliament, Chancellor Angela Merkel as well as numerous local celebrities have had their personal details and communications stolen and leaked online as part of what authorities are calling an attack on the country's democracy and institutions.