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Almost 60,000 Post-GDPR Data Breaches Reported In Europe

Research published recently suggests there have been over 59,000 data breaches reported to data protection authorities in Europe since GDPR went into effect last year. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation hasn’t even been in effect for a year… Read More

Mind The Gap! Bridging The Chasm Between Security And Data Management

The primary reason most organisations look at classifying the data they create and handle is to control access to sensitive information, driven by the need to manage security risk and comply with regulations, such as GDPR. However, this scope… Read More

CCPA – The New Law Delivering GDPR-Style Privacy To California

On June 28, 2018, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) was signed into law. The CCPA provides consumers who are residents of California a number of rights and unless the date of implementation is amended by California… Read More

True Data Privacy Cannot Exist Without Addressing The Insider Threat

Protecting sensitive customer data is a huge priority for today’s organizations, which face intensifying regulatory and compliance pressures and unwavering customer expectations. A single data breach can take a tremendous toll on customer loyalty; 70 percent of consumers report… Read More

Is Google Violating GDPR By Tracking EU Users?

Consumer groups in Europe argue Google doesn’t have a valid legal basis for processing users’ location data and is processing personal information that violates the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Google is in hot water with a handful of… Read More