Meet our head of legal – Dorothee Delerue

Tell us what you do As Data Protection and Privacy (DPP) Director, I provide recommendations to our clients to ensure that management of personal data meets the requirements set by the GDPR, as well as all other privacy regulations they may be subject to. I also support and manage our DPP team as part [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:53:08+01:0030th August, 2023|DPO|

India is updating its data protection bill 

In recent weeks, India's legislators passed a data protection law that outlines how technology companies handle users' data. The Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 gives government authorities powers to request information from firms and issue directives to block content based on the recommendations of a data protection board appointed by the federal government. [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:53:31+01:0029th August, 2023|Digital Age, DPO, Governments|

South Korea takes strong stance with regulatory actions against OpenAI and Meta

South Korea’s Personal Information Protection Commission has taken a strong stance against global tech giants OpenAI and Meta, highlighting the growing significance of data privacy worldwide.  In response to a data breach resulting in 687 South Koren users having their personal information exposed, South Korea’s Personal Information Protection Commision (PIPC) successfully fined OpenAI KRW [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:54:02+01:0026th August, 2023|Data Breaches, Digital Age, DPO, Governments|

UK’s NCSC publishes new Shadow IT guidance

On 27 July 2023, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) published a new guidance on what is collectively termed ‘Shadow IT’ to assist organisations in implementing appropriate risk management measures on ‘rogue devices and software’. The guidance helps organisations to pinpoint various types of activities that may be considered as ‘shadow IT’ within [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:54:39+01:0025th August, 2023|Cybersecurity, Digital Age, DPO, Governments|

Mass data leaks by large institutions highlight the severe threat of inadequate privacy measures

Reports about data breaches often focus on the financial impact on businesses. But recent data breaches involving three UK police services and the UK Electoral Commission have highlighted how inadequate data protection can threaten people’s safety—and even their lives. Responding to a freedom of information request on 8 August, the Police Service of Northern [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:56:21+01:0017th August, 2023|Cybersecurity, Data Breaches, DPO, Governments|
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