Did Microsoft Violate GDPR Compliance Rules?
Did Microsoft remotely collected data on Windows Home & Windows Pro users — and therefore violate General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) privacy rules?
GDPR Data Privacy Practices Spark Better Business Results, Study Says
Organizations worldwide cultivating GDPR data privacy & compliance practices are showing better business results, a new Cisco Systems study said.
Blockchain and GDPR Compliance: A Closer Look
The French Data Protection Authority (“CNIL”) assesses the compatibility of blockchain technology with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here are CNIL’s findings.
Facebook Security Breach: GDPR Impact, Fine?
A Facebook data breach impacting 50 million accounts could have major GDPR (general data protection regulation) compliance implications. But will the social media breach trigger a fine?
GDPR: Can Automation Solve Compliance Headaches?
Enterprise leaders emphasize the need for more automated services and tools to support GDPR regulatory requirements, such as data sourcing, mapping, data types and data access. ISACA explains.
GDPR and Consent: What to Consider
According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an entity must have a “valid lawful basis” to process personal data. What does that mean? Trustwave offers these answers.
Report: U.K. Data Privacy Complaints Spike Under GDPR Enforcement
Privacy-related complaints have skyrocketed since the European Union’s GDPR took effect in May 2018, a new report said.
Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 28 August 2018
Today’s MSSP & cybersecurity news involves GDPR compliance and privacy complaints; High Wire Acts & Seceon partner on managed security services; SentinelOne Enterprise Risk Index report; Symantec Management Center; Andreessen Horowitz funds Very Good Security; Security on Demand Threat Hunting; and more.
Data Mapping: A Key Challenge in Achieving GDPR Compliance
The first step toward GDPR (general data protection regulation) is to map or collect all the personal data of the company. What does that mean? ISACA explains.