Data protection Is it time for organisations’ cyber security credentials to take centre stage online?

Anurag Kahol, CTO, Bitglass, examines where companies are lacking in their security and will provide best practice tips on how …

Data privacy Facial recognition at Indian cafe sparks calls for data protection law

The use of facial recognition technology at a popular Indian cafe chain that triggered a backlash among customers, led to …

Data privacy Online fashion retailer defends system of ranking staff like products

Zalando, Europe's biggest online-only fashion retailer, has rejected accusations that a performance management tool that asks employees to give feedback …

Data privacy Microsoft updates terms on data privacy amid EU probe

Microsoft said on Monday it was updating the privacy provisions of its commercial cloud contracts after European regulators found its …

Data privacy Personal? Private? No such thing in data-hungry world

Personal data reveals a slew of secrets about friends and family so regulators should stop fixating on individual privacy and …

Data protection Amazon says customers have to protect own data

Amazon's cloud computing customers have to decide themselves how best to protect sensitive information online, a senior executive said on …

Compliance Why a compliance first approach is not enough for a strong cyber security strategy

Morgan Jay, Area Vice President EMEA at Imperva, explores the importance of performing holistic assessments of possible threats and assessing …

Data privacy Regulators expected to make Google sweat for Fitbit deal approval

U.S. antitrust regulators have little reason to oppose plans by Google's <GOOGL.O> parent Alphabet to buy Fitbit, but that does …

Data leak Donut neglect customer protection: Dunkin’ sued over cyberattacks

The parent of Dunkin' Donuts was sued on Thursday by New York Attorney General Letitia James. She accused the chain …

Cyber attack Airbus under secret-seeking attacks

A series of cyber attacks on Airbus were conducted via the computer systems of its suppliers and contractors. They were …

Data leak London-based real estate agency fined £80,000 by ICO

The Information Commissioner's Office has issued a fine of £80,000 to London-based real estate agency Life at Parliament View Ltd …

News Motor industry employee fined £25,500 for personal data theft that lasted years

The Wood Green Crown Court in London has fined a former motor industry employee named Mustafa Kasim £25,500 under the …