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GDPR stories - Page 3
Aus SMBs not concerned enough about data privacy - study
Half a year on from the introduction of Australia’s Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme (February 2018), many Australian SMBs are still not adequately prepared.
GDPR compliance: Looking beyond the hype
With contrasting advice coming from all angles, the line between GDPR fact and fiction has become blurred.
Facebook breach: Ready for the coming phishing wave?
Much of the information accessed in the Facebook breach is perfect for cyber criminals planning their next phishing attack.
Opinion: GDPR requirements & opportunities for colocation providers
The law was enforced in May but is still confusing to some colocation providers as to which requirements they must comply with.
The rise of the chief compliance officer – Digital Guardian
What does the role entail, and does your organisation need one?
ASG finds that compliance is the largest driver of data management initiatives
With the implementation of GDPR organisations are under tremendous pressure to establish and maintain compliance.
Google shutting down Google+ after covering up privacy bug
Google’s management was aware of the bug but chose not to share it with the public to avoid scrutiny by regulators.
How to avoid major compliance problems
"With GDPR now in full effect, it is vital that businesses of all sizes protect the sensitive information they hold."
How network visibility tools are changing the security game
Without visibility into the behaviours occurring within a network, it’s almost impossible to detect if what’s happening is out of the ordinary.
Exclusive interview: Gemalto’s channel strategy for A/NZ
Earlier this year, Gemalto appointed Tech Data as a distributor for its portfolio of SafeNet identity and data protection solutions in New Zealand.
Exclusive: The major risks of cyber Balkanization
"The cyber world is falling apart and the united internet we're used to is ceasing to exist."
Experts comment on Facebook’s 50 million user credential leak
Barracuda Networks, Sophos, RedLock, and Darktrace offer their views on the data leak that affected close to 50 million accounts.
40 million more likely affected by massive Facebook data leak - Bitdefender
Almost 50 million accounts have been compromised through a daisy-chained vulnerability in the View As feature, which allowed an unknown party to snatch authentication tokens of 50 million users.
Hitachi Vantara delivers digital evidence management solution for law enforcement
Law enforcement officials are challenged by compliance policies and procedures such as evidence disclosure rules.
Living in today’s new cyber regulatory reality
in recent years, the cyber regulatory market has evolved into a well-defined, addressable market with metrics showing its impact in relation to other associated sectors
Research finds majority of businesses failing to comply with GDPR
70% of companies couldn’t fulfil data access and portability requests within the GDPR-specified one-month time limit.
Privacy management company OneTrust expands into AU and NZ
The expansion includes a new office, local data centres and updated product offerings to meet new and amended Australia and New Zealand privacy laws.
In a GDPR world, true passwordless security reigns
About 81% of mass breaches are caused by stolen or weak passwords, and just over half of data breaches involve some form of credential harvesting.
Over 2,300 data breaches disclosed so far in 2018 - report
Phishing for and using the stolen credentials to access systems or services stands out as a particularly popular attack method.
How MSSPs must protect data in the breach disclosure era
The penalties for non-compliance can be upward of four percent of a company’s global turnover.
Data security: the new frontier of app protection
Many organisations are fearful of becoming the first to experience a data breach and be burdened with the heavy costs for non-compliance.
How every business can benefit from GDPR compliance
At its very heart, GDPR is all about protecting customer and employee data.
NZ-UK fintech collaboration could shake up traditional finance sector
If New Zealand and the UK collaborated on fintech projects, what kinds of challenges would we face and how could regulations shape our activities?
Businesses collecting more data than they can handle - Gemalto
"Whether it’s selling it on the dark web, manipulating it for financial gain or to damage reputations, unsecured data is a goldmine for hackers."