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Cyber Security in 2017

There is much uncertainty surrounding the security industry for 2017, and according to experts in the field, a lot of the trepidation is directly connected to what the nation’s next president will do. Here’s what security vendors and analysts are…

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Data Security Predictions

CISOs will shift more investment toward granularly identifying information vs. parametric measures:  Depending on your business, digital information on average is doubling every three to nine months. The knee-jerk reaction to burgeoning data is to protect all that ‘stuff’: contain it…

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ICO Issues New Guidance on Privacy Notices

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the independent authority responsible for the enforcement of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), has issued a revised code of practice (the Code) on communicating privacy information to individuals – usually done so in the…

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Wearable tech and the privacy issue

In fitness, gaming, smartwatches and a host of other areas, wearable technology has found a place in consumers’ hearts. For the product manufacturers, however, it is often described as a regulatory minefield: wearables are increasingly faced with myriad legal challenges,…

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Files Lost at National Archives

More than 400 government documents have gone missing from the National Archives in the last four years They include Foreign Office files from the 1970s on "military and nuclear collaboration with Israel" and a 1947 letter from Winston Churchill. One…

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Nursing home fined for data breach

A nursing home in Northern Ireland has been fined after a data breach relating to sensitive details about patients and staff, connected to the theft of a computer. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) launched an investigation after an unencrypted laptop…

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