Lexology PRO | Australia, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 21 Oct 2022
How to make a timely, transparent data breach report that can help manage, or even lessen, detriment to a company after a breach.
Lexology PRO | Canada | 3 Oct 2022
Canada’s federal Office of the Privacy Commissioner has published the results of its investigation into the high-profile 2018 Marriott data breach, finding that the hospitality giant’s technical measures to protect personal data were inadequate.
Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Germany, etc. | 3 Aug 2021
What regulators will consider when deciding to reduce penalty amounts, lessons from some of the biggest GDPR fines.
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 8 Jul 2021
The UK’s data watchdog has fined a charity that supports trans children and teenagers for allowing sensitive personal data to be accessible through search engines.
Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom, etc. | 15 Mar 2021
Incoming US consumer privacy laws, analysis of ransomware attacks and other key updates on data protection from this week.
PRO Compliance | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 16 Nov 2020
A look at new EU guidance on data transfers, how to lawfully use facial recognition technology, and tips on third-party cybersecurity.
PRO Compliance | European Union, United Kingdom | 16 Nov 2020
The UK’s data watchdog has imposed a seven-figure fine on Ticketmaster for a data breach that exposed the data of nearly 10 million European customers – but the company has vowed to appeal against the decision.
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP | France, United Kingdom | 5 Nov 2020
On Oct. 30, 2020, the United Kingdom’s data protection authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), in connection with France’s Commission…
PRO Compliance | United Kingdom | 30 Oct 2020
The much-delayed UK data watchdog’s decision to fine Marriott £18.4 million for cybersecurity lapses that led to a high-profile data breach shows the regulator’s approach to M&A cybersecurity, external security audits and IT service outsourcing.
PRO Compliance | United Kingdom | 31 Jul 2020
The UK’s data watchdog last year said it planned to fine data breach victim British Airways £183 million (€206.3 million) – but the airline’s parent company has put aside a fraction of that amount to cover the payout in expectation of a lower penalty.