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Data breach GDPR case study

United Kingdom - February 9 2018 The business has grown substantially over a number of years, and now has a number of different business units providing different services. Some of...


Data protection and cybersecurity: one small step for GDPR

United Kingdom - December 1 2017 It's right that we look at the impact of the GDPR on businesses over the next year, but let's not forget that the data revolution has not been put on...

Vinod Bange.


Cybersecurity in CAVs

USA - November 3 2017 Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) present a difficult cybersecurity problem which is, perhaps, different from many similar cybersecurity issues...


Financial Sanctions Update: An increased armoury against financial sanctions breaches

United Kingdom - July 12 2017 From 1 April 2017, businesses and individuals that breach financial sanctions rules may be liable for monetary penalties of up to £1,000,000 or 50...

Christopher Wheatley.


Russia Sanctions and Rosneft: European Court upholds and clarifies Russian oil and gas sanctions

European Union - July 12 2017 The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has upheld and clarified the EU’s sanctions against Russia’s oil and gas industry - rejecting a...

Christopher Wheatley.