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L’actualité  anglophone du General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR), traitant de la protection des données personnelles pour les individus et mettant en avant les différences de traitement entre la France et les pays anglophones.

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New privacy protections could make some 2020 census data ‘unacceptably wrong’

Adding randomness to census data is supposed to safeguard your privacy. But geography data expert Nicholas Nagle says this could lead to some data being shockingly inaccurate. Source : https://www.fastcompany.com/90487074/some-2020-census-data-may-be-unacceptably-wrong?partner=feedburner&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=feedburner+fastcompany&utm_content=feedburner Date : April 7, 2020 at 02:14PM Tag(s) : Médias internationaux PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit

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Data privacy in a post-Brexit world

Over the past two years, data privacy has become one of the world’s most widely regulated and closely followed areas of the law. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) appeared on the scene in 2018, dramatically changing the privacy landscape not just within Europe, but also globally, given its extra-territorial…

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Data graveyards threaten data security and GDPR compliance

Over many years, the majority of organisations have been focused on data collection rather than deletion. In the past, having as much data on clients as possible was considered a competitive advantage because this data enabled organisations to personalise their offerings. Safe data handling assumes not only collecting data, but…

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If an Employee has network access, they should be aware of threats

Cyber attacks can happen at any time on any scale through any device connected to the network. The longer a cyber breach goes on for, and the amount of time it takes to contain, directly correlates with the amount of data lost and in turn the amount of money lost….

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Do the latest moves from Google threaten our privacy?

Two announcements from Google, both seem reasonable under the circumstances, both have privacy implications, however. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/04/06/do-the-latest-moves-from-google-threaten-our-privacy/ Date : April 6, 2020 at 05:40PM Tag(s) : #RGPD ENG PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit

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Shhh, data privacy company heading for $400 million valuation

According to press reports, the data privacy software company Privitar is heading for a $400 million valuation as it completes its series C fund raising round. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/04/06/shhh-data-privacy-company-heading-for-400-million-valuation/ Date : April 6, 2020 at 05:40PM Tag(s) : #RGPD ENG PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit

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Report by the DPC on the use of cookies and other tracking technologies

In August 2019, the Data Protection Commission (DPC) commenced an examination of the use of cookies and similar technologies on a selection of websites across a range of sectors, including media and publishing, the retail sector, restaurants and food ordering services, insurance, sport and leisure and the public sector. Source…

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GDPR: An impact around the world

A little more than one month after the European Union enacted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to extend new data privacy rights to its people, the governor of California signed a separate, sweeping data protection law that borrowed several ideas from GDPR, sparking a torch in a legislative data…

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What does a post-Brexit future mean for data protection?

The fallout of Brexit is still very much a mystery, including the consequences for our data. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/04/02/what-does-a-post-brexit-future-mean-for-data-protection/ Date : April 2, 2020 at 09:27AM Tag(s) : #RGPD ENG PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit

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#Privacy: Top tips for implementing ‘Data Protection by Design & Default’

The GDPR requires all businesses to implement ‘Data Protection by Design & Default’ but what does that mean in practice and how can businesses practically comply? Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/04/01/privacy-top-tips-for-implementing-data-protection-by-design-default/ Date : April 1, 2020 at 03:06PM Tag(s) : #RGPD ENG PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit

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Data Protection By Design and Default:  Tips for Full Compliance

When the General Data Protection Regulation came into effect in May 2018, it introduced a requirement for organisations to put in place appropriate technical and organisational measures to implement the data protection principles into business processes and practices.  This is known as ‘data protection by design and by default’. Source…

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#Privacy: The structure of data privacy

Data protection is a hot topic, with businesses spending millions on securing digital networks. However, an often-overlooked risk to data privacy is the office environment itself. Open plan working and glass walls that create light-filled, aesthetically pleasing work environments might look appealing but can create information security problems of their…

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GDPR – Walking a ‘fine’ line

It’s almost two years on from the GDPR enforcement date, and the fines for those in breach of compliance have been few and far between. According to a GDPR data breach survey from law firm DLA Piper, up to the end of January 2020, almost 161,000 breach notifications had been made to…

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#Privacy: How can SMEs create a data security strategy suitable for the long-term?

Data security is vital for organisations of all sizes. However, this area can present the great challenges for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), who must tackle compliance with limited budgets and smaller IT teams, typically without the in-house expert advice that is readily available to larger corporations. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/31/privacy-how-can-smes-create-a-data-security-strategy-suitable-for-the-long-term/…

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#Privacy: Corporate billing cycle under remote working exposes huge risk to sensitive data

Now that major parts of the US are under stay-at-home orders, unprepared corporations face a huge data control problem as they go into their first major billing cycle carried out by employees working at home, according to the International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM). Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/31/privacy-corporate-billing-cycle-under-remote-working-exposes-huge-risk-to-sensitive-data/ Date :…

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Towards a Standardised Set of Breach Notification Rules

Across January and February 2020, IT governance has estimated that over 2.1 billion records have suffered a breach, or 1.5 billion and 623 million records respectively. If we supposed that each record belonged to a different individual, that means almost 28% of the global population have had their data compromised…

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#Privacy: Harvard experts call for standardised cybersecurity legislation for greater consumer protection

As the scope and power of data have increased, recent legislative efforts to improve consumer financial data privacy and security at the state level have sparked a national discussion about what more can be done to ensure consumers are protected. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/31/privacy-harvard-experts-call-for-standardised-cybersecurity-legislation-for-greater-consumer-protection/ Date : March 31, 2020 at 09:32AM…

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#Privacy: Keeping sensitive data safe when migrating to the cloud 

In just a handful of years, the use of cloud computing has transitioned from being a leading-edge strategy to a standard business practice. The efficiency, agility and reduced overheads created by cloud-based services are swiftly becoming essential if an organisation is to remain profitable and competitive. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/31/privacy-keeping-sensitive-data-safe-when-migrating-to-the-cloud/ Date…

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#Privacy: Incidents management software available to US banks amid pandemic

Software firm, 360factors, which creates risk and intelligence software for banks and financial services organisations, has announced it will be offering its Pandemic Issues & Incidents Management application free to US banks, as the COVID-19 battle intensifies. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/31/privacy-incidents-management-software-available-to-us-banks-amid-pandemic/ Date : March 31, 2020 at 08:30AM Tag(s) : #RGPD…

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Data localisation: the curious case of India’s step back from globalisation

Data localisation is a key aspect in the Indian government’s cloud computing policy, the RBI’s mandate for financial data and the successive data protection bills that have been proposed. Source : https://gdpr.report/news/2020/03/27/data-localisation-the-curious-case-of-indias-step-back-from-globalisation/ Date : March 27, 2020 at 04:14PM Tag(s) : #RGPD ENG PrintemailDiggTwitterLinkedinFacebookTumblrReddit