September 2018

Uber to pay £113 million to settle 2016 data breach
Following the disclosure last year of the 2016 Uber data breach that Uber desperately tried to hide, Uber has agreed to pay £113 million to settle legal action brought by [...]
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GDPR: 7 Fundamental principles pivotal to privacy by design
The GDPR dictates that organisations ‘implement appropriate technical and organisational measures’ to ‘ensure the ongoing confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of processing systems and services’. It also mandates that data [...]
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ICO fines Equifax £500,000 for failing to protect customers’ data
A year on from the disclosure of one of the world’s worst data breaches, the Equifax data breach that impacted 146 million customers globally, the UK’s Information Commissioners Office has [...]
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British Airways Hacked: Aviation industry is a growing target for cybercriminals
British Airways Breach British Airways (BA) has been hacked. On Wednesday evening BA noticed some anomalies and realised that something was very wrong. After investigating through the night, it uncovered [...]
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