Data privacy UK children to be granted right to know if parents are spying on them

British children will get the right to know when their parents are spying on them online under a binding code …

Data security Europeans should control their B2B data, says EU commissioner

The United States and China are the world's leaders in harvesting and exploiting personal data and the European Union must make sure …

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 …

News Home Office leaked email addresses of hundreds of Windrush migrants

The Home Office has issued a public apology for committing an "administrative error" that resulted in the leakage of email …

Information Security Could a TV threaten your staff’s security?

Security is the art and science of protecting people. Sometimes, the “personnel security” subdiscipline involves defending people against environmental threats …

News Radisson Hotel Group: data breach

Radisson Hotel Group reported to loyalty program members that there has been a leakage of their personal data. This foul …

News Google escapes legal action over allegedly harvesting user data from iPhones

London's High Court today dismissed a class action lawsuit that asked Google to be penalised for bypassing privacy settings in …

News New kids on the blockchain block

Meet Pillar, the new kids on the block making blockchain mainstream. If we reflect on the original purpose of the …

Information Security Facebook collected call and text history from Android phones for years

A new report has suggested that Facebook "surreptitiously" harvested contact lists, phone numbers, and call and text history of millions …

News Google slapped with class action lawsuit for harvesting personal data of 5.4m Brits

Google is facing a class action lawsuit from as many as 5.4 million Brits for bypassing the privacy settings in …

Culture & Education Eight things to do if you want to break data protection rules

Jeremy Swinfen Green, Teiss’s Head of Consulting, offers some advice on keeping this side of the data protection law and …

News Are you over-sharing?

Teiss Head of Consulting Jeremy Swinfen Green shares his thoughts on the ethics of lying online in this week's blog …