A data breach occurs when a company is responsible for people’s personal data and suffers a security problem resulting in a violation in terms of confidentiality, availability or integrity.
Whistleblowing refers to the spontaneous disclosure by an individual, who witnesses an offense or irregularity, potentially harmful to the community, committed within the organization for which it works. How does GDPR protect the whistleblower?
The Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework is the result of more than a year of negotiations between the European Union and the United States and intends to provide a solid and lasting way for transatlantic data transfer
Organizations collect information from consumers every day, much of which falls into the category of sensitive data that must be protected.
Cookie walls are a form of access mechanism that requires users to agree to the site owner's collection and use of their data. One of the goals is the monetization of that personal data.
Guideline 05/2021 should help controllers and processors in the EU to identify whether a processing operation can be considered an international data transfer.
Art.79 of EU Regulation 2016/679 establishes that each interested party has the right to propose an effective judicial remedy against the data controller or processor if they consider that the rights they enjoy under the regulation have been violated as a result of processing.
Data portability is the ability to move data from one platform to another. This concept has been around for a while, but under the GDPR it is now an explicit right for consumers.
The term "personal identifiable information" is mainly linked to privacy, data breaches and identity theft. Indeed, PII is of particular interest to cyber criminals
The GDPR is a reference when dealing with data breach, that is a violation that leads to the destruction, loss, modification, unauthorized disclosure or unauthorized access of personal data
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