How can organisations protect themselves against data breaches?
Key Compliance Articles
714 Criminal Prosecutions in the Last 6 Years
A FOI request to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) reveals 714 criminal prosecutions on DP matters over the last six years report Cordery lawyers André Bywater and Jonathan Armstrong. Read the article here which originally appeared in Privacy Laws & Business UK Report, issue 75, September/October 2014, www.privacylaws.com
This podcast discusses ways that businesses can proactively protect themselves and their customers from cyber attacks and how they can respond from a legal perspective once a data breach has occurred
The rise in home working and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) working arrangements brings with it compliance risks. Every organisation must have in place adequate measures to ensure that personal information being accessed by home workers is kept secure. A case against a Scottish Local Authority, which was reported on the ICO’s website, illustrates the risks.
Jonathan Armstrong of Cordery Compliance presents some key pieces of advice.
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