You probably already know that you should always shred documents that contain your name and address or financial information, such as bills and bank statements. But did you know there are lots of other documents that can also help identity thieves? There are many types of document that you should dispose of securely – not.
The Government has published its own Data Protection Bill, just ahead of the GDPR coming into force next spring. So what should businesses do now in terms of their own data collection and processing? As we reported in another post, the Government recently published its Data Protection Bill. It’s intended to put data protection law,.
The new UK Data Protection Bill, which was published on September 14, will transfer the GDPR into UK law and replace the existing Data Protection Act 1998. It includes several important provisions that businesses need to know about. The Data Protection Bill will bring European standards into UK law ahead of Brexit, to ensure that.
The Data Protection Act covers many different types of record, both paper and digital. As recently released ICO figures show, many organisations are finding it a challenge to comply with the legislation. Are you aware of your obligations under the Data Protection Act? If not, your business could be breaking the law without being aware.
The latest figures for security breaches in the healthcare sector show all too clearly why hospitals, surgeries and other medical organisations need to take particular care with confidential data. In the figures for 2016 data security breaches recently released by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), healthcare was far and away the worst-performing sector, accounting for.