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On January 20th (a Saturday!) I spent a few valuable hours with fellow practitioners in a privacy risk workshop kindly organised by Professor Eerke Boiten at De Montfort University in Leicester. I presented a brief overview of the way I’ve started to carry out very basic risk assessments focussed
Over the past 12 months, the ICO has developed a significant approach on the use of affiliate marketing and the applicability of the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 (PECR). In November 2016 the ICO undertook a review of the use of affiliate marketing in the gaming industry
I’m speaking about the trade off between network security and employee privacy at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) European Data Protection Congress in Brussels on the 2nd December. In the face of modern cyber-threats, communication monitoring and surveillance are essential for the protection of corporate information. But
Back in 2008 the government announced that they were going to reform some of the ways the disabled parking / blue-badge scheme worked to reduce the amount of fraudulent use. When I heard this discussed on the radio, the government’s spokesman talked about providing £10 million towards a data sharing
There’s been a lot in the press for the past few days about the recent T-Mobile breach. Basically it appears that a number of staff at the mobile phone company have been selling customer data which included the customer’s name, their mobile number and when their contract expired.