Author name: Sara Frost

Prime Minister candidates or GDPR? One of these is surprisingly interesting

Political Drama vs. Data Drama: The Battle for Your Attention General Election and GDPR: What you need to know As the General Election approaches, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has reminded political parties about their obligations under data protection laws. This action highlights the ICO’s strict viewpoint on data use in political campaigning. ICO’s Warning […]

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Be a “tough cookie” when implementing GDPR Compliance in your Cookie Policy

In today’s digital age, data privacy has become a serious concern for individuals and regulatory bodies. The UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) stands as one of the most significant legislative efforts to protect the personal data of individuals. Even with Brexit altering the UK’s relationship with the EU, GDPR remains a crucial framework

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Navigating GDPR Compliance in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

In a world that is increasingly dominated by data and where artificial intelligence technology has witnessed significant growth, it remains unmistakably clear that GDPR plays a fundamental role in safeguarding our privacy as well as our personal information. Is it crucial for businesses to implement compliance practices? It is critical that any person’s details cannot

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GDPR Training

Data Support Hub launches online GDPR awareness training to protect UK businesses

Did you know that most data breaches in the UK are down to human error? A staggering 88% are not caused by hackers but rather they are mistakes that could easily be avoided with proper training.1 And 37% of those are caused by sending sensitive information to the wrong recipient – mostly via email.1 Here

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Do businesses still collect and store more data than they need?

Monday marks the two-year anniversary of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Strict regulations were introduced on May 25th 2008 on how organisations should handle customer data. Why then, even after two whole years of GDPR compliance, do organisations collect and store more customer data than they need? A recent Netwrix survey found that 61

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EasyJet admits data breach affecting 9 million customers

Low-cost airline EasyJet has admitted that a “highly sophisticated cyber-attack” has affected approximately nine million customers. Email addresses and itineraries were stolen and that 2,208 customers had also had their credit card details “accessed”. It is thought the attackers had access to the data of customers who booked flights from 17 October to 4 March

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