Posts Tagged ‘ico’

Powys County Council might have saved £130,000 by using Ipswitch MOVEit DMZ

This month the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office has served a Monetary Penalty Notice of £130,000 to Powys County Council, after the details of a child protection case were sent to the wrong recipient.…

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Healthcare Industry Beware!

Recent reports have highlighted that hospitals and physicians in the US have been given a deadline of 2015, to convert all health records into digital form and then, to deploy the accompanying technology to handle these digital assets.  …

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ICO gets new powers to address data protection negligence

Announced earlier this week by the Ministry of Justic, amends have been made to the Data Protection Act of 1988 that when passed in April 2010 will allow the ICO to impose fines of up to £500,000 on organisations found to be negligent regarding the privacy of personal data.…

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UK businesses under increasing pressure to step up data privacy

The European Commission (EC) have publicly stated that the UK Government is not adequately enforcing European data privacy laws and is ready to clamp down on them in 2 months time.  …

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Saving money by ignoring data security – a false economy?

We hear it in the news week in week out.  So and so company has left a laptop on a train containing 4 million unencrypted customer records, a hacker has infiltrated an online payment system stealing thousands of unsuspecting UK consumer credit card details – even today I have walked through the door and the first news alert in my email begins, “ChoicePoint to pay $275,000 for second data breach.” I can’t help but wonder why data security is failing?…

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