Latest data protection publications
Recently the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) released details about the UK post-Brexit strategy for data management. The announcement outlined how the UK plans to support trade, drive international investment, prevent cyber crime, and deliver public services and critical scientific research.
After an investigation, Ireland’s data watchdog, the Data Protection Commission, concluded that Facebook-owned WhatsApp fell foul of EU data privacy rules. Handing down a $267M fine, the watchdog said WhatsApp failed to inform European Union citizens enough about how the communications firm collected, used and shared their personal data. The investigation into WhatsApp started in… Read More
hile technology clearly has a critical role to play in stopping attacks from being successful, providing employees with the know-how and understanding of the threats they face is vital.
We face significant challenges with the current global pandemic and the spread of COVID-19. Whilst inevitably there is a focus on our physical and environmental safety at home and at work, we must also maintain our individual cybersecurity health and wellbeing, including the protection of personal data and maintaining cybersecurity standards.
Aurelie Stutz developed her interest in data protection in the third & social care sectors. She is now Head of Data Protection at Mencap where she applies an informal and creative approach to data protection compliance. At Cloud & Cyber Security Expo London, Aurelie will detail how this approach ensures Mencap’s front-line workers can easily comply with data protection requirements