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Data protection creating ‘difficulties’ for sports club officials

Category: Legal Technologies

17 October, 2014

Data protection problems are causing challenges for club officials, one expert has claimed. Warren Healy, founder and chief executive of MyClubFinances.com, told the Irish Times that there is a lot of misunderstanding regarding the issues, adding that volunteers can often cause anxiety at clubs ... read more>>

ICO: CCTV needs to be proportionate

Category: Legal Technologies

16 October, 2014

Surveillance cameras need to be used only as a proportionate response to security risks, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has argued. The ICO has published a code of practice for CCTV, taking into account the data protection requirements facing operators of new and emerging surv... read more>>

Axway: Many organisations have inadequate security measures

Category: Legal Technologies

15 October, 2014

Some 23 per cent of companies have failed their security audit in the last three years, a new study has found.  Research from Axway and Ovum found that 17 per cent of respondents also did not know if they would pass a compliance test today, while the overall cost of a data breach was deemed... read more>>

Kaspersky teams up with Interpol and Europol to tackle cybercrime

Category: Legal Technologies

14 October, 2014

Kaspersky has announced a new partnership with Europol and Interpol to protect more firms against cybercrime. The data protection giant has signed deals to assist Interpol and Europol through products intelligence and ongoing support. The deal will see Kaspersky offer threat intelligence alongsi... read more>>

Europol: Global cybercrime operated by 100 kingpins

Category: Legal Technologies

13 October, 2014

There are only roughly 100 kingpins running cybercrime activity across the world, an industry expert has claimed. Head of Europol’s Cybercrime Centre Troels Oerting told BBC’s Tech Tent that legislation needs to target a “limited” number of skilled programmers with the sk... read more>>

Ireland data protection commissioner supports MCK data fines

Category: Legal Technologies

10 October, 2014

Ireland’s data protection commissioner has backed a decision to fine MCK Rentals for breaching the Data Protection Act. The company has been charged with 23 counts of breaching section 22 of the 1988 and 2003 versions of the legislation after personal data was accessed without authority fr... read more>>

Swale Council data breach could lead to legal action

Category: Legal Technologies

9 October, 2014

Swale Council has suffered a data protection breach, leading to the emails of roughly 2,500 residents being released in the public domain. Kent Online reports that the accident caused the information to be shared on a message advertising an e-billing system. The emails were delivered in batches ... read more>>

AT&T warns over 1,000 customers of data breach

Category: Legal Technologies

8 October, 2014

AT&T has suffered a data breach after a worker broke the organisation’s privacy policy. CNET found that the organisation has notified Vermont-based customers about the breach via letter, which claimed that a worker broke the privacy policy in August and received customer data, ranging ... read more>>

Midlands housing association suffers data beach

Category: Legal Technologies

7 October, 2014

South Staffordshire Housing Association (SSHA) has released private details of thousands of its tenants.  The organisation has released the names, telephone numbers, addresses, family affairs and health details of tenants on the Contact Us page of its site, according to the Express and Star... read more>>

ICO issues £70k fine for nuisance calls

Category: Legal Technologies

6 October, 2014

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a £70,000 fine to a Devon marketing company found to have completed hundreds of nuisance calls. EMC Advisory Services Limited used two third-party companies to complete calls to discover Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims,... read more>>

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