GDPR

Hiding under a rock will cost Uber dearly – and rightly so

For the firms who rule the roost in the data economy, their greatest asset is also their greatest liability. They need data to survive, but …

Uber

How to delete your old social media posts to get rid of things you may have regretted saying in the past

Jack Maynard has had to step away from I'm A Celebrity over a storm of controversy surrounding old posts he made on Twitter.<p>It follows accusations …

Privacy

GDPR extra-territorial application impacts SA businesses

Emerging and legal tech expert Nerushka Bowan.<p>South African organisations should take heed of the General Data Protection Regulation's (GDPR's) …

Privacy

GDPR could ramp up cyber extortion demands, warns researcher

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) could effectively drive cyber criminals’ ransom demands higher, says Mikko Hypponen, chief …

Business Technology

Government urged to improve redress for mass data breaches

Planned UK data protection legislation fails to meet its stated aims of making laws fit for the digital age and empowering consumers to take control …

Privacy

GDPR: A Summary of What you Need to Know

GDPR is a seemingly complex subject that is confusing many managers and business owners. Here we simplify the jargon and give you some ideas of where …

Privacy

Data protection: Brussels’ heavy hand on Europe’s digital economy

The increasingly urgent scrambling sound you can hear in offices all over Europe is companies rushing to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection …

Privacy

What brand authenticity means in an age of user-generated content: 5 key takeaways

After Pepsi and Dove were forced to pull their ads this year, receiving strong condemnation by the public - the notion of brand authenticity and why …

Marketing

Cyber security requires man and machine, says F-Secure

A combination of humans and machines offers a “unique competitive advantage”, according to Jyrki Tulokas, executive vice-president at F-Secure, one …

Cybersecurity

Where is Pharma Marketing Headed in 2018?

This week, our sister site MMW was privy to some insights on the future of pharma marketing from Sloan Gaon, CEO of PulsePoint.<p>So what’s ahead in the …

Pharma

General data protection regulation will be a game-changer but businesses will have to reshape their strategy

With less than a year to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, now is the time for Indian businesses to prepare …

Big Data

EU’s new privacy regulations are coming and North American companies need to be ready

The date May 25, 2018 should be circled on every CEO, CIO and chief privacy officer’s calendar. It’s the day that the European Union’s (EU) General …

Privacy

Uber's Bata Breach Highlights Why Mandatory Breach Notification Is A Good Thing

Image: iStock<p>It has been revealed that Uber was the victim of a cyber-attack that resulted in the personal data of 57 million customers being …

Uber

Managing GDPR with Teams, Planner, and Compliance Manager

Driving for Better Compliance<p>Following its announcement at Ignite 2017, Microsoft launched the preview of its Compliance Manager on November 16. The …

Collaboration

Power to the people: How new EU regulations will change the face of banking

Frans Labuschagne is UK & Ireland country manager at Entersekt<p>Consumers currently don't have much control over their personal data, which means that …

Banking

Firms told: Don't sweat Brexit, your shiny data protection sticker will remain intact

Multinationals whose data protection compliance was rubberstamped by the UK's regulator have been assured they won't be stripped of the authorisation …

Privacy

GDPR: The five things teachers should do first

<b>General Data Protection Regulation</b> (GDPR) will reshape the way organisations approach data privacy in the European Union and beyond.<p>GDPR will come …

Privacy

Microsoft Offers Product To Help Firms With GDPR Compliance

Microsoft is previewing its Compliance Manager, a product that helps firms impose internal controls to meet rules like those in the EU’s General Data …

Advertising Industry

5 cloud storage predictions for 2018

At this point, the cloud is old news. This does not, however, diminish its continuing impact on individuals and businesses worldwide. As cloud-based …

Big Data

Google Eyes More Data Center Space in Denmark

Google is eyeing an expansion in Europe, buying land in Denmark where it plans to build a new data center that could be used to expand the company's …

Google Cloud Platform

CX Translations, GDPR Intimacy and Other Lessons from DX Summit 2017

CHICAGO — The best lesson learned at the CMSWire DX Summit 2017 perhaps came from a 6-year-old girl named Sofia. On Day 3 of the three-day digital …

Customer Experience

Use GDPR to future-proof business models

Collaboration across business units is vital to compliance with the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to …

Business Technology

92% of European businesses unprepared for new data protection rules

Businesses across Europe are unprepared for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into law in May 2018, according to new …

Malta

Companies face high cost to meet new EU data protection rules

in Brussels<p>The world’s biggest companies will spend tens of millions of dollars to meet new EU data protection laws by next May’s deadline, according …

Privacy

GDPR - Get organized and implement the right processes

The GDPR imposes many requirements and obligations for organizations not only within the EU, but around the world. GDPR compliance will require …

Windows Server 2016 – Your best friend for GDPR

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)<p>You have just over 6 months to ensure that you are ready for the GDPR. The regulation is already enacted …

Windows Server

Amazon Web Services, Inc.

The AWS Pop-Up Loft is a temporary events & community space where you can access AWS technical training, enjoy the co-working facilities, book …

Cloud Computing

The battle for control of data could be just starting

Companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon happily take our data in exchange for convenience, lower prices or free services, but individuals and businesses are beginning to understand the value of controlling their data instead of simply handing it over to the world’s largest technology companies. …

Amazon Echo

When the right to be forgotten becomes possible on the Ethereum blockchain

Storing diplomas or data on the blockchain will certainly infringe regulations on personal data’s protection. Lexing Alain Bensoussan’s Legal Opinion …

Privacy

Week in review: Risk assessment, fileless attacks, and the most hackable holiday gifts

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles:<p><b>Review: EU GDPR Documentation Toolkit</b><br>The General Data Protection …

Cybersecurity