Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
Update from Belgium: DPA decisions on DPO requirements.
Insightful blog post, "What Blockchain Could Mean for Your Health Data. Big data is perhaps the most powerful asset we have in solving big problems these days. We need it to track and trace infection, manage healthcare talent and medical supply chains, and plan for our economic futures".
Insightful blog post, "Landmark International Data Transfer Case Boosts EU Data Privacy Laws. In a milestone for data privacy laws, the UK Supreme Court recently ruled that the British government acted unlawfully by handing the US information on two suspected Isis terrorists without assurances the death penalty would not be used".
Interesting blog post, "Risk of Data Loss Surges in the Era of Coronavirus".
Update, "Poulter reports his own office to regulator after an accidental data breach. Suffolk MP Dr Dan Poulter has reported his own office to the Information Commissioner after the names and addresses of 177 constituents were mistakenly sent out on an attachment to an e-mail".
Insightful blog post, "How To Fortify Your IT Security In Times Of Uncertainty—And Beyond by Rick CacciaBrand Contributor".
Update on Nigeria, "Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun SAN's Review Of ‘Casebook On Data Protection'".
*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.