There is an official #gdpr #adequacydecision for the #UnitedKingdom so we can keep transferring #PersonalData to the #UK and back because the #UK has deemed the security levels of #PD in the #EU as #adequate #Brexit #privacy Great job #EuropeanCommission https://t.co/U3zFSAHCJ9 https://t.co/exqwOfVgBB https://t.co/Qbe9yfpuXi
30 Jun 2021
#EDPS opens investigations following the #Schrems II Judgement regarding the use of cloud services provided by #Amazon Web Services #aws and #Microsoft and one regarding the use of Microsoft #Office365 by the European Commission #gdpr #privacy #cloudact https://t.co/BJP48W6WtV https://t.co/fJA1stx7oy
28 May 2021
Dutch #supervisoryAuthority first fine for a #Municipality. #Enschede city fined 600.000 for #wifitracking visitors of shopping centre for toooooo long. @toezicht_AP #GDPR #privacy #fines https://t.co/CjCPwqgUpo https://t.co/vSkoTAkoVE
29 Apr 2021
#Belgian #DPA releases data #sanitisation, #destruction recommendations Document helps #controllers, #processors, #information #security advisers, #DPO choose and integrate an appropriate sanitization technique to comply with #EU #GDPR @PrivacyPros https://t.co/4XcVe10amO https://t.co/ctr2h0TSRV
27 Apr 2021
#EuropeanCommission published proposals for the #regulation of #ArtificialIntelligence #AI Fines of up to 6% of global turnover, rules and prohibitions governing high-risk AI systems. How will it impact developers and utilizers of #AI-systems? https://t.co/1i75hPdJs8 #privacy https://t.co/KFnO21zMKL
23 Apr 2021
What is Social engineering and the seven Weaknesses?According to the research report "Cisco 2010 Annual Security Report"(page 19) internet attacks occur not only by flawed technology, but mostly because of naive users. The report presents a list of seven fatal weaknesses that cybercriminals use for social engineering, whether in the form of e-mails, social networks, chat or phone. These seven weaknesses are:
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