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Hackers, Judges and Spartacus: Containing a Data Breach with the Court’s Help

United Kingdom - June 18 2018 Fear of publicity shouldn’t put off organisations from asking the court for help when they’ve been hacked, had data stolen, and are then blackmailed…

It’s not just about Getting(G) Data(D) Protection(P) Ready(R): some digital businesses and infrastructure providers shouldn’t forget to be ‘NIS’

European Union, United Kingdom - July 11 2017 May 2018 is a month which will already be highlighted in the calendars of those responsible for their organisations’ compliance with the General Data…

Could a timely PIA have helped save the Royal Free from falling foul of data protection laws?

United Kingdom - July 7 2017 For many organisations, the acronym PIA represents a Painfully Inconvenient Ask (if not something far less polite). But Privacy Impact Assessments are…

Louise Vaziri

Size doesn’t matter (so says the ICO about recipients of big fines for data breaches)

United Kingdom - July 3 2017 The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has, in a recent press release accompanying its decision to fine an SME £60,000 following a cyber attack…

Top 5 GDPR issues for... professional service firms

United Kingdom - May 23 2017 With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) looming on the horizon, we take a look at some of the key changes of how this legislation will…

James Gill, Alexander Milner-Smith, Ellen Temperton