Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Update, "The Italian Data Protection Authority (Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, “Garante”) recently announced that it levied a €600,000 fine on banking institution UniCredit for several violations of the Italian Personal Data Protection Code, in its pre-General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) form".
News, "Data protection warning for pubs taking customer details. Pubs need to be careful when taking customer details upon reopening under Government guidance to ensure they don’t fall foul of data protection laws, experts have urged".
Update, "Zoom making progress on cybersecurity and privacy, says CEO. Three months after being hit by a spate of security incidents, Zoom’s CEO, Eric Yuan, has been discussing progress towards a more secure product".
News, "Security lapse at South Africa’s LogBox exposed user accounts and medical data. LogBox, a South African medical data startup that bills itself as an “absolutely secure” way of replacing paper forms for sharing patient data with doctors, has exposed user accounts and patient data following a security lapse"0.
News, "The world’s biggest stolen data archive is about to reach 10 billion personal records. Scammers who rely on internet users recycling their passwords are selling people's Netflix logins on social media".
News, "In the Cannabis Industry, Profitability and Data Security Go Hand-in-Hand. The issues surrounding legalized cannabis and data security create a multi-front battle that can be incredibly challenging from a legal and technological perspective".
News. "General Counsel Unprepared for Data Privacy Regulations Including CCPA. “On the one hand it seems surprising, but there are varying degrees of readiness and you have to consider that the CCPA has evolved a lot over the past six months,” Cillian Kieran, CEO of Ethyca, said. “It’s felt like quicksand.”.
News, "The UK competition watchdog has revealed that the deal between Apple and Google over the default search engine in the mobile Safari browser has created a significant barrier to entry for other players, thus inhibiting competition in the search market".
Opinion, "Time to rethink business continuity and cybersecurity. Business continuity and cybersecurity remain largely in separate silos, but changes in the IT and cyber threat landscapes mean there is an urgent need for organisations to alter their approach".
Opinion, "Taking The Sting Out Of Data Breaches".
*These sites aren’t affiliated with GDPR Community and these aren’t an advertisement, they’re simply site’s we’ve thought the community might have an interest in reading.