Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
According to XMOS, data security is the largest barrier to the growth of the Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) market. The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT)—a combination of AI and the IoT—delivers intelligent and connected systems that are capable of correcting and healing themselves.
Police and council chiefs mistakingly exposed information on 8.6m car journeys. The private information could have been exploited by any criminals and stalkers. Information Commissioner’s Office is investigating the serious privacy breach.
Update on COVID-19 and Data Protection Compliance in Finland. As in other countries, organizations in Finland are taking steps to limit the spread of COVID-19 and mitigate its effects. Some of these measures may involve the processing of personal data
France: French Data Protection Authority Issues Advice On Setting Up Work From Home And Best Practice Guidelines. The guidance on setting up remote work is available here. The best practice guidelines are available here. Shared by Ius Laboris.
Forbes put up good read titled “How To Build A Business Case For Endpoint Security”. Endpoint security business cases do much more than just quantify costs and benefits; they uncover gaps in endpoint and cyber protection that need urgent attention to avert a breach.
Government Technology provides insight in their latest blog post “Coronavirus Lessons to Help Fight Cybercrime. What can security and technology pros learn for this global pandemic? Dr Wendy Ng, an industry expert in both biosafety and cybersecurity speaks on lessons we can learn.
COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act Announced by Republican Senators. On April 30, 2020, Wicker, Thune, Moran, and Blackburn announced plans for the COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act, a bill that contains protections for personal information (particularly health information), geolocation, and proximity data.
Good insight in blog post : Data, simply put, is becoming the most valuable, yet most vulnerable asset for any organisation. Sam Emmanuel, Business Unit Manager, Gulf IT, shares insights into the evolution of data privacy and security strategies. “Data security is a constantly evolving strategy”
ChatBooks photo print service has informed its customers that user information was stolen from their systems following a cyber attack. Data consisting of 15 million user records is now being offered for sale on the dark web.
*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.