GDPR Workshops

GDPR Workshops

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) marks the biggest change in data protection law for 20 years. This includes: fewer data protection principles; the right to be forgotten; a new obligation to report data breaches; and an increase in fines of up to 4% of global turnover or 20 million euros (whichever is the greater) […]

Consultation Response – EU Network and Information Security Directive

E RADAR has submitted its response to the UK Government’s consultation on the proposed EU Directive on Network and Information Security Online business is global business. The revolution of digital technologies has changed society and our economy fundamentally. The ease of accessibility and searchability of information contained in computer systems, combined with the practically unlimited […]

EU Data Protection Reform – A ‘Demented’ Set Of Regulations?

EU Data Protection Reform – A ‘Demented’ Set Of Regulations?

Plans to update data protection laws in Europe are facing increasing criticism from members of the European Parliament, with one UK commentator calling the draft proposals “a completely demented set of regulations.” But Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding remains adamant that her proposals should become law and has even accused the UK Government of introducing additional complexities. […]

Data breaches – new report shows no organisation is immune

Data breaches – new report shows no organisation is immune

Financially-motivated e-crime and state-affiliated espionage campaigns are the two top causes of data breaches in organisations, according to a new report published this week The Verizon 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report draws on data from 19 organisations including the European CyberCrime Center. It includes data from 19 global security organizations with an analysis of a 47,000+ security incidents […]

Cybersecurity strategy and directive published

An open, safe and secure cyberspace is the corner stone of a new cybersecurity strategy published by the European Commission today. The strategy, accompanied by a proposal for a new cybersecurity directive aimed at maintaining high levels of cyber security across Europe intends to protect information and communications technology – the backbone of Europe’s economic growth and […]

S. 1434 Data Security Act 2011

S. 1434 Data Security Act 2011

Summary The Data Security Act aims to protect information relating to consumers, to require notice of security breaches, and for other purposes. The bill is similar to S. 1408 and S. 1207.  It would require financial establishments, retailers, and federal agencies to protect sensitive information and to notify consumers after a data breach.  The Senators sponsoring […]