Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Most companies suffered a cloud data breach in the past 18 months. Nearly 80% of the companies had experienced at least one cloud data breach in the past 18 months, and 43% reported 10 or more breaches, a new Ermetic survey reveals.
Update from Security Professional Schrems, as he slams slow Irish DPA. The ongoing Facebook case drags its feet amid allegations of secret meetings.
10 Tips for Maintaining Information Security During Layoffs. Insider cyber threats are always an issue during layoffs -- but with record numbers of home-office workers heading for the unemployment line, it has never been harder to maintain cybersecurity during offboarding.
Express reports MOT changes may see cars tested for cybersecurity to ensure vehicles cannot be hacked. MOT tests could soon be set for their wildest change ever with plans for digital checks to insure a car cannot be hacked by fraudsters.
Although not European citizens we thought we would share the following story due to the sheer size of the breach and the nature of the data. Sensitive personal data apparently belonging to more than 20 million Taiwanese citizens has appeared on a darknet marketplace, a threat intelligence outfit has claimed. In a blog post published on May 29, Cyble said an underground retailer of data breach spoils – “known and reputable” in terms of the data’s authenticity – had named the source of the leak as the Ministry of the Interior’s Department of Household Registration.
Dubai's Financial Authority Aligns Privacy with GDPR in 'Enhanced' Data Laws. Key changes will include direct obligations on data processors, enhanced provisions dealing with processing on the basis of consent and legitimate interests, and enhanced accountability requirement.
*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.