IT Governance has provided a useful checklist for SME businesses looking for information on how companies, in this GDPR environment, need to respond and report data breaches. This is mandatory for businesses that interact with personal identifiable information as it underpins the GDPR legislation they must adhere to.
Symantec Corporation, one of the world’s biggest data security providers, argues that the ever-changing IT landscape means that network managers, IT leaders and business managers need to move away from theoretical “ifs” and instead focus on the probabilities of “when and by whom” their network infrastructure will be attacked maliciously. Read More
The National Cyber Security Centre, the UK Government’s top cyber security agency, defeats around 10 attacks a week – more than one a day. The majority of attacks are from ‘state-sponsored’ cyber actors. Read More
The news that thousands of British Airways passenger information had been affected during a malicious cyber attack at the UK’s flag bearing airline. The firm reported itself to the Information Commissioner’s Office for investigation. Read More
The troubled social networking giant, Facebook, was this week hit by a gigantic £500,000 fine from UK data protection regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office. The fine was due to serious data protection breaches and is the highest pre-GDPR fine possible. Read More
The personal identifiable information of nearly 10 million Cathay Pacific airline users have been accessed illegally. The breach is one of the biggest in global aviation history. The leak has resulted in a massive data breach – one that has seen email addresses, passport numbers, expired credit card details and other important personal information being released. Read More