Data Protection

How will a no-deal Brexit affect your data?

By Bruce Penson, Managing Director of Pro Drive IT Since the result of the 2016 EU referendum, businesses across the country have been following the twists and turns of the Brexit negotiations, waiting nervously for the outcome. Whilst all of this has been going on, a certain General Data Protection Regulation …

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Data Protection

Protecting data in use when consent is not enough

By Gary LaFever, Co-Founder, CEO and General Counsel at  Anonos In today’s data driven world, new technical safeguards are required to help balance data innovation and protect privacy rights when consent no longer works. For example, while consent may look like a panacea for privacy, it falls through the gaps …

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Data Protection

An Inside Look at Insider Trading:

By Sergio Abraham, Security Researcher Innovation Lead at Onapsis Research Labs The Consequences of Data Breaches in ERP Applications A recent survey conducted by IDC, uncovered a correlation between the use of ERP customers and an increased possibility of insider trading. The 2019 survey questioned 430 decision-makers in the IT …

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Data Protection

The Data Protection Imperative

Since the introduction of GDPR last year, the way in which businesses and their employees handle sensitive information has come under intense scrutiny. Across industries, companies of all sizes have had to review processes and educate employees to ensure they are compliant with the new data protection regulations, which has …

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Why data anonymisation offers no guarantee of privacy protection

By Matt Lock, UK Technical Director at Varonis  Recent EU GDPR regulations, in common with similar initiatives around the world, are intended to overhaul decades-old standards of protection and commercial accountability for consumer data. The aim is to raise the bar to make them fit for today’s ever-connected, online world. The …

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