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UK government changes tack on contact tracing app

The UK government has announced the contact tracing app is moving from a ‘centralised’ to a ‘de-centralised’ model, but what does this mean for user privacy?
30 June 2020

EasyJet suffers large scale data breach and faces potential group litigation

In April EasyJet reported that it had been targeted in a sophisticated cyber-attack, affecting approximately nine million customers
26 June 2020

The ICO publishes updated guidance on COVID-19 testing in the work place

As the retail sector gradually reopens, the ICO has updated its advice on how to perform COVID-19 testing and screening in compliance with GDPR
23 June 2020

The Information Flow

The flow of data within trusted ecosystems of companies, Open Banking and PSD2 is likely to transform the financial services sector
03 June 2020

COVID-19: ICO issues guidance on workplace testing for employers

In this article we look at the ICO’s latest guidance on workplace testing during the current pandemic and highlight the key issues organisations should address
27 May 2020

You’ve discovered a cyber or data breach – what should you do next?

This article highlights the key issues a business needs to address in the immediate aftermath of a cyber or data incident
22 May 2020

COVID-19: The ICO issues new guidance on contact-tracing apps

The ICO has released guidance on the development of contact-tracing apps, as the digital arm of the NHS (NHSX) trials its new app
19 May 2020

COVID-19: Legal implications of the UK Government’s new contact-tracing app

We investigate the data protection implications of contact-tracing apps, as the UK Government begins trialling the new NHSX app this week
07 May 2020

Cybercrime risk and COVID-19

Reports of cybercrime have increased at a time when businesses are more vulnerable. We consider how businesses can protect themselves and what to do if affected
28 April 2020

Judgment handed down in landmark Morrisons data breach appeal

The Supreme Court has allowed Morrisons’ appeal, finding that the supermarket was not vicariously liable for data breaches caused by a disgruntled employee
02 April 2020

How are Courts approaching commercial confidentiality?

The High Court has given further guidance on when confidentiality rings may be available to protect the commercial confidentiality of information and when they will not
30 March 2020

COVID-19: Homeworking consumer broadband contracts and Ofcom's Code of Practice

With many employers asking employees to work from home and through VPNs, what are the impacts of greater demands on a family’s broadband?

25 March 2020
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