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.
The burden on telcos to provide data to customers could be greatly increased if the activists who destroyed the US-EU data protection safe harbor succeed with their latest legal challenge.
From satellite tracking to CDR data to contact-tracing apps, many mechanisms are being used to monitor people’s movements. This raises concerns about the balance between health and privacy.
The deadline for submissions is 30th September.
Five major trends were described at the beginning of 2018. Did change occur as rapidly as expected?
A new ISO working group claims its standard will ‘ensure consumer privacy at every step’… or does it?
Somebody from Microsoft said something idiotic about data protection, then drew attention to several other idiocies.
A philosophical clash between the US and EU offers increased privacy for some at the cost of greater risk for most of us.
Risk managers should never engage in wild speculation unless it is the start of the year and their predictions are different to everyone else’s.