Latest regulatory roundup in global data protection and privacy

Here is a roundup of some of the recent regulatory updates in the data protection and privacy space around the world.  Canada  On September 22, 2023, the second set of amendments to Quebec’s privacy law (under “Bill 64” or “Law  25”) came into effect. The amendment aims to modernise Quebec’s long-standing privacy law in [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:46:11+01:0027th September, 2023|DPO, Governments, News|

How to spot a Business Email Compromise and prevent future attacks

Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a type of cyber crime that involves misusing or impersonating a corporate email address to manipulate a company’s employees or contractors. The goal of BEC is normally to trick an employee into transferring funds or sharing sensitive information. BEC attacks are often sophisticated, and exploit email communication systems to [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:46:30+01:0026th September, 2023|Cybersecurity, DPO, Governments, News|

AI’s growing role in privacy, dinner with Da Vinci and the importance of listening

Tell us about your role As Head of Service Delivery, Glenn Daif-Burns manages our client delivery teams ensuring we develop successful partnerships with our clients. We should always be responsive to their ongoing requirements, and have an understanding of their business operations and future needs. This ensures we continuously broaden our relationships, improve our [...]

By |2023-10-20T20:52:48+01:0025th September, 2023|DPO|

How to navigate the recent updates to the VERBIS registration criteria in Turkey

In a move that underscores Turkey's commitment to supporting economic growth and enterprise development, the country’s Personal Data Protection Board (‘the Board’) recently made a substantial revision to their Data Protection Regulations (‘the Regulation’). The Board announced their decision on 6 July  2023, and presented a significant increase in the monetary threshold for exemption [...]

By |2023-10-20T21:02:06+01:0013th September, 2023|DPO, Governments, News|
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