Anyone looking beyond the headlines will soon discover that the most severe fine ever levied by Ireland’s Data Protection Commission is also proof of their incompetence.
Luxembourg’s secretive authorities levied the largest ever data protection fine without telling the complainants they had won.
Never mind somebody else’s fact-free opinions about data security, because here is the leading source of data about data security.
The co-founder and COO of Sentinel Africa Consulting talks about empowering women and the way to think about risk.
Yesterday’s episode of RAG TV saw Nikhil Sehgal of Colt explaining the role of engineering governance, and Steffen Öftring of SIGOS talking about web-based risk training.
Max Schrems won another case about EU-US arrangements for personal data but nobody expects EU authorities to take action.
CEO Lutz Schüler and his team tried to shift the blame to a single employee, but the real blame for a breach that impacts 900,000 customers lies in the failure to unify the management of risk.
Five major trends were described at the beginning of 2018. Did change occur as rapidly as expected?
Axel Voss MEP persuaded the European Parliament to add to the long track record of terrible EU decisions about the management of the internet.
The telco denied customer passwords were compromised but seemingly this is because the passwords were encrypted. Security researchers have questioned the strength of the encryption.