GDPR Why is GDPR only now making the board pay attention to cyber security?

Dr Guy Bunker, CTO, Clearswift, shows us how the recent, high profile GDPR fines are the reason board members are …

News New online safety laws to introduce stiff fines for erring social media firms

The Home Office along with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), has announced that the government will …

News ICO fines Leave.EU and Eldon Insurance £120,000 for data privacy violations

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined Leave.EU and Eldon Insurance a total of £120,000 after concluding that Leave.EU used …

Information Security Court of Appeal terms government’s Snoopers’ Charter ‘unlawful’

The Court of Appeal has rendered significant parts of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act, popularly known as the …

News European Commission says US-EU Privacy Shield still needs a lot of improvement

The European Commission has admitted that despite completing a yeer in operation, the EU- U.S. Privacy Shield still has a …

News Is Russia’s VPN censorship drive destined to fail?

The Russian government has passed a new bill, arming itself with a legal window to ban VPN networks, the dark …

News Do what I say, not what I do!

Members of Parliament have become the latest victim of hackers. Jeremy Swinfen Green, Teiss’s Head of Consulting and Training, wonders …

Information Security The countdown to GDPR starts today!

TEISS’s Head of Consulting, Jeremy Swinfen Green, explains what organisations have to do to get ready for GDPR, the EU’s …