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The EU highlights that over these 12 months, the GDPR has served “to empower people and help them to gain more control over their personal data”.
Encrypted traffic is already becoming one of the largest niches for cybercriminals, who are starting to carry out attacks using encrypted malware.
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.
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?
Almost 50 million Facebook accounts were exposed to an attack that was possible thanks to a vulnerability. At Panda Security, we’ve prepared some advice on how to avoid being the next victim.