Here’s a round-up of interesting reading we found online today*;
News, "Companies are enforcing their own contact tracing to track employees. Tech titans don’t have a monopoly on contact tracing – companies are developing their own to keep tabs on employees in the new frontline of the fight against coronavirus"
News, "Ex Met Police chief Lord Stevens' private investigation firm is linked to 'bugging of billionaire tycoon Sir Frederick Barclay at Ritz hotel'. Sir Frederick, 85, is involved in a bitter High Court battle with three of his twin brother Sir David's sons. It is over 94 hours of secret recordings made over a number of months as part of what his lawyers have described as 'commercial espionage on a vast scale'. In the High Court it has been alleged that the bugging operation breached data-protection laws because other people could have been recorded".
Report, "Companies are rethinking their approach to privacy management. TrustArc announced the results of its survey on how organizations are protecting and leveraging data, their most valuable asset. The survey polled more than 1,500 respondents from around the world at all levels of the organization".
News, "China-proposed Cyber Mimic Defense (CMD) system successfully blocked 2.8 million times of attacks from top world white-hat from 14 countries in 48 hours at a cyber security contest. Forty teams from China, US, Russia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, India and others have attacked the mechanism more than 2.8 million times at the 3rd "Qiangwang" International Elite Challenge on CMD in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu Province from Friday noon to Sunday noon. However, none succeeded, as was the case in the last two years' competitions".
*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.