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AJ Thompson, CCO at Northdoor plc, highlights the need for NHS Trusts to demonstrate GDPR compliance and protect its infrastructure ahead of the new Data Protection and Security Toolkit (DPST) deadline.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, organisations are taking various preventive measures to prevent the spread of the virus. In the second of a series of articles, member firms of Ius Laboris, give a view from Sweden, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Italy and Mexico on the data protection implications for these measures.
Member firms of Ius Laboris, give a view from Belgium, France and Germany on the data protection implications of the preventive measures in place to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Partner, Julian Hayes and Legal Assistant, Guevara Leacock of BCL Solicitors LLP, examine the developments and issues of GDPR two years on, highlighting what still needs to be done.
In this in-depth analysis, PRIVO highlights the real solutions for protecting children online.
Here, Dr Elaine Kasket, psychologist, speaker, and writer, explores our digital afterlives and what happens to our online data when we die.
Mark Daly, Director of the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), HiLIFE at the University of Helsinki, shares his expertise on medical genetic research on a population scale in Finland.
In the second article of this two-part series, Sascha Giese, Head Geek at SolarWinds, shares the final 5 steps that public sector organisations should adopt in order to form a robust security strategy.
Scott Wilson, director of service at eFax, explains why fax machines are still being widely used, the problems it causes and how they can be eradicated from both public and private sector organisations.
Julian Hayes and Andrew Watson of the Data Protection team at BCL Solicitors consider if data protection has become another casualty of COVID-19.
John Hurst, Public Sector Sales Director, CyberArk, discusses why the public sector is in dire need to gear up its cybersecurity management.
As political and security landscapes evolve, the way data privacy is upheld will change significantly. Here, Rachel Roumeliotis, Strategic Content Director at O’Reilly, explores how organisations can stay protected in an isolationist world.
Nigel Hughes, Scientific Director at Observational Health Data Analytics, discusses EHDEN project in an environment of AI hype, socio-political unrest and healthcare demands.
Lynne Taylor, founder and co-CEO of GDPR in Schools, discusses how schools can support staff to improve awareness and training around GDPR.
Elisabetta Zaccaria, Strategic Advisor to Secure Chorus, discusses how we may be facing a tragedy of the internet commons problem. Is the way forward to revert to government-mandated regulation instead of market self-regulation to address global cybersecurity risks?.
Wellbeing tech has become a familiar idea in workplaces globally, but what are the privacy concerns underlying this revolution?
Sascha Giese, Head Geek at SolarWinds, looks at the importance of managing access rights in healthcare organisations, highlighting four steps to help illustrate how IT teams can integrate this successfully into every department.
Cardiff Council’s Operational Manager, Information Governance and Risk, Vivienne Pearson and Information Governance Manager, Dave Parsons, set out the vision and benefits their training offers.
David Blevosky, CEO of Cloudhelix, highlights how securing your data in the cloud is straightforward and can protect your business against any expense and reputation damage caused by cyber crime.
Miss Robyn Boyd, PR & Social Media Executive at PFU (EMEA) Limited – a Fujitsu company, lifts the lid on document management (storing information digitally) and why this is crucial in the education sector.