Threats Cyber crime incidents are widely under-reported, study finds

As many as 50 percent of cyber security professionals believe organisations are widely under-reporting incidents of cyber crime even if …

News University of South Wales suffers data breach during end of year exams

University of South Wales recently announced that it suffered a "limited data breach" after one of its systems was infiltrated …

News Leicester City FC data breach compromised personal data of supporters

Unknown hackers stole personal and financial information of supporters of Leicester City FC after gaining access to the club's online …

GDPR 86% UK's most-visited websites failing GDPR compliance tests

As many as 86 percent of the top hundred most-visited websites in the United Kingdom are not compliant with GDPR …

GDPR One Year Down: GDPR by the Numbers

Mike Kiser, Global Strategist and Evangelist, SailPoint paints a picture of ‘GDPR by numbers’, taking a look at the most …

Threats A third of UK businesses still struggling to process data access requests

A large number of financial services organisations, telecommunication providers, e-commerce firms, utilities, hotels and leisure services companies operating in the …

News Less than 1% of data breach investigations by ICO resulted in monetary fines

The Information Commissioner's Office issued monetary fines in only 29 cases out of 11,468 data breach cases it investigated between …

News ICO says HMRC breached GDPR by collecting biometric voiceprints

The Information Commissioner's Office has found HMRC guilty of violating GDPR for collecting biometric voiceprints of over five million taxpayers …

Podcast Is it time for the cyber security industry to grow up?

Is it time for the cyber security industry to grow up? That’s the question we’ll be tackling on this episode …

News NCSC won’t share confidential information with the ICO without victims’ consent

In order to allay concerns of organisations that NCSC may share incriminating information with the ICO resulting in punitive action, …

News Irish Data Protection Commission to investigate Facebook’s password storage fiasco

Shortly after Facebook admitted that passwords of between 200 million and 600 million users were stored in plain text on …

Threats 52% of UK schools and colleges are still not fully GDPR compliant

A lack of security awareness and a lack of resources are among the major roadblocks for UK schools and colleges …