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EU establishes new cyber sanctions regime

European Union - August 9 2019 The EU has introduced new powers to impose travel bans and freeze assets of individuals and entities that carry out cyber-attacks which constitute an...

Greg Fullelove, Michelle Radom.

Another day, another huge fine: Marriott International announces ICO’s intent to fine it £99.3m for data breach

United Kingdom, European Union - July 10 2019 The ICO's announcement yesterday (9 July 2019) that it intends to fine Marriott International £99.3m will send shock waves to boards across Europe. It...

Mark Taylor, Ashley Hurst, Philip Kemp.

Employee’s misuse of data leaves employer liable in group compensation claim: What should employers do now?

United Kingdom - October 25 2018 The Court of Appeal (CA) has dismissed an appeal against a High Court (HC) decision finding an employer vicariously liable for the actions of its...

Mark Taylor, Charlie Wedin, Emma Ladley.

Court of Appeal revisits scope of litigation privilege

United Kingdom - September 6 2018 In welcome news for companies seeking to assert privilege over the fruits of their internal investigations, the Court of Appeal has now overturned...

Jeremy Summers, Rachel Couter.

Regulatory Outlook Cyber Security July 2018

United Kingdom, European Union - July 26 2018 The GDPR, which came into effect on 25 May 2018, is the most important change to the regulation of cyber security for some time. The practical...

Charlie Wedin, Ashley Hurst.