The GDPR has been obligatory since May 25, and we had to wait just five months before we saw the first fine within its framework.
A few weeks ago the United States Postal Service (USPS) patched up a vulnerability that has been revealing the details of sixty million people.
It has been revealed that the records of up to 500 million customers of the hotel group Marriott International may have been involved in a data breach.
Marriot International Inc. announced that over the last few years their Starwood properties have been exposing sensitive information of hundreds of millions of their customers.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal led to a £500,000 for Facebook. But what would have happened if it had taken place with the GDPR in force?
Friday November 30 is Computer Security Day. In our latest eBook, “2018 in Cybersecurity”, we have compiled testimonials from 11 specialists in the subject.