The Swedish government is in chaos after a serious data protection breach. Read our latest blog on how implementing full GDPR compliance will mitigate risks to the politicians themselves. There [...]
In continuation of our recent blog series detailing high profile data breaches, this post examines the New York Times reported breach of a significant amount of personal and financial data by [...]
In our latest blog post, we explore how the use of a secure file share solution like Wizuda’s CFS could have avoided a highly distressing breach of personal details by a local city council in the [...]
Wizuda’s CTO – Shane O’Keeffe explains how using pseudonymisation can speed up medical research programs whilst avoiding embarrassing data protection issues. The recent high profile case brought [...]
The UK Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham recently gave a speech to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales outlining her latest guidance on the GDPR. Here are some of [...]
Could it be that traditional file sharing software is no longer enough to protect against data breaches?
According to the Irish Times article published 23rd January 2017, PeoplePoint the payroll service system for civil servants has encountered another data breach whereby personal data was sent to [...]
In the latest damaging data breach to afflict Yahoo, the company has admitted that personal data belonging to an estimated 1 billion users was stolen in a 2013 cyber-attack, following an earlier [...]