Data protection and information security Who is a data protection officer?
In certain cases, companies have an obligation to appoint a data protection officer. This obligation applies both to companies that process data themselves and
Whats up with WhatsApp?
In January WhatsApp announced that it is changing its data policies so that the users only options are either to agree to their data policy and make data about
Let’s open the cookies(jar)
Cookies can't read data off your hard drive or cookie files created by other sites; they are one of the technologies tracking people’s behavior on the web.
Transmission of personal data to the US – mission impossible?
On 16 July 2020, the European Union Court of Justice (CJEU) passed judgment C-311/18 (Schrems II), invalidating the US-EU certificate programme Privacy Shield,
Information security Information security audit helps a company save money
In addition to the pandemic the 2020 is memorable as the year or record growth in cybercrime. According to the FBI the USA companies have reported a 400%
IT-audit IT audit – it may look like an expense, but in real life, it’s savings
Most companies view an IT audit as an expense, but experts say in reality, it helps companies to save money – especially if it’s conducted at the right time.
Administrative fine Prosecuting offenders will be easier and the penalties will be bigger in the future
A new concept in Estonian legal system, administrative fine, was sent to coordination round to the relevant ministries by the Ministry of Justice. The new fine
The other data protection topics in addition to the GDPR
When you read about the draft ePrivacy Regulation it may appear as though all it does is regulate the use of cookies and manage direct marketing; but the draft
Cyber Security Secure your company’s best performing digital assets!
How to protect your company? Five most important recommendations for ensuring cyber security. The biggest targets of these new brand of bandits are companies
GDPR Why do we need the GDPR?
The most talked about legislative piece last spring was undoubtedly the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR as it is known, which came in force 25 May
GDPR 5 steps to company's GDPR compliance
The date when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force, May 25th, came and went with many companies still unsure about what needs to be
GDPR Why is it good to map data and create a data inventory
According to the GDPR people have right to query data processors about the data they hold about them. People have right to ask what data a processor holds