British Airways faces a record fine of £183.39 million for a data breach which happened last year. Following an extensive investigation the ICO has issued a notice of its intention to fine British Airways £183.39M for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Cyber risk remains a key concern for every boardroom and small to medium enterprise (SME) business owner. The current cyber landscape is chaotic including state-sponsored hackers, financially motivated cybercrime gangs and simple negligent data loss. Risk is everywhere and liabilities are high. Cyber threat remains one of the most significant and growing risks facing organisations today and too few are prepared.
France's National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL) has fined Google €50 million for a breach of GDPR. The CNIL’s restricted committee imposed the penalty for "lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding the ads personalisation.”.
The basis on which the UK will leave the EU has still to be decided but the Government has made clear that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be absorbed into UK law at the point of exit, so there will be no substantive change to the rules that most organisations need to follow.
Organisations across the business services, construction and finance sectors are among the first to be fined by the ICO for not paying the data protection fee.All organisations, companies and sole traders that process personal data must pay an annual fee to the ICO unless they are exempt. Fines for not paying can be up to a maximum of £4,350.
Apricorn today announced new research highlighting that companies are massively ill-prepared for this week’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement deadline.
Eurostop has confirmed availability of GDPR compliant EPOS and retail software. The GDPR compliant versions of its suite of retail management, stock control and EPOS software solutions are e-rmis v69, e-pos touch v1.16 and e-interface API v1.26.
MetaMe will potentially be the world’s first crypto-complete wallet and universal personal data marketplace, helping build online communities by paying individuals to share metapods (or mPods).
The past week has been a landmark in the changes to how employee licence checks are carried out in the fleet industry. With GDPR fast approaching the DVLA have now announced that the driving licence consent form (formerly known as the D796) has to be changed to fall in line with the new data protection legislation.
The Association For Driving Licence Verification (ADLV.co.uk ) is to work closely with the DVLA on the implementation of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) for the ADD service. By helping to explain the GDPR rules for its members’ fleet customers...
Uber has confirmed that the company concealed a hack in 2016 that affected 57 million customers and drivers, and paid hackers $100,000 (£75,000) to delete the data.