Posts Tagged ‘Data Breach’

Data breach video series – Ransomware

Data Breach Ransomware

Data Breach Ransomware This short video talks about how being affected by #Ransomware is actually classified as a data breach under the #GDPR. You will need to check to see if the data has been accessed by the evil doers and if so, you will need to notify the Data Protection Commissioner. For more information…

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Data breach video series – Shredding left out

Data Breach Shredding left out

Data Breach Shredding left out This short video talks about how leaving out straight cut shredding for the bin men is a data breach under the #GDPR. This is because straight cut shredding is not actually securely destroyed. It can be re-assembled like a jig saw. For more information or to contact us please visit…

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Data breach video series – Unrestricted USB stick use

Data Breach Unrestricted USB stick use

Data Breach Unrestricted USB stick use This short video talks about how unrestricted access to USB Memory sticks can lead to a potentially massive data breach under the #GDPR, as you could be unaware of people copying data to these devices. For more information or to contact us please visit our website at https://www.L2CyberSecurity.com

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Data breach video series – Use of the To field on e-mail

Data Breach Use of the To field on e-mail This short video talks about the inappropriate use of the “To” address field to send e-mails to groups of people who should not know the others e-mail addresses. This will quite likely be a data breach under the GDPR. For more information or to contact us…

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Data breach video series – mobile device loss

Data Breach mobile device loss

Data Breach Mobile Device Loss This short video talks about the implications of mobile device loss as a data breach under the GDPR. For more information or to contact us please visit our website and specifically our GDPR section.

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Data breach video series – introduction

Data Breach introduction

Data Breach Introduction: This is the introduction to a series of short videos discussing different types of data breach under the GDPR. For more information or to contact us please visit our website and specifically our GDPR section.

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MyFitnessPal Breach – Bigger than Equifax

MyFitnessPal Breach

The MyFitnessPal online fitness and nutrition website has suffered a data breach which affects up to 150 million customers. That is a few million more than the Equifax breach. Under Armour, the website’s owner, reported the breach yesterday. 

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What will 2018 bring?

will 2018 bring

So what will 2018 bring to us all in the areas of cyber security and data privacy/protection? I had a go at this predicting thing last year and you can see how I got on here.

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Video – 6 Examples of a data breach

6 examples of a data breach

Something new for us this time. A short video blog. This showing 6 examples of a data breach under the GDPR. The 6 examples are: A Lost or Stolen Laptop Sending e-mail to the wrong person. Disposal of confidential papers. Sharing of a password. Allowing copying of files to USB memory keys. Sending an e-mail…

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Password Sharing = Data Breach

password sharing

I saw the tweet below about password sharing from Nadine Dorries, currently a British MP and initially thought “That’s not a good idea. This person needs to receive some security awareness training.” I even have a commandment for it.

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Heathrow’s dangerous data breach

heathrow data breach

You may not have heard about this, as it emerged on Sunday. There was a data breach relating to Heathrow Airport. A fully accessible USB memory stick was found on a London street.

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Malicious e-mail from Yahoo! breach.

malicious e-mail

I’ve received the first malicious e-mail as a result of a compromised Yahoo! e-mail account. I’ve warned the individual and hopefully he still has control of the account and can secure it again.

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Deloitte breach is very embarrassing.

deloitte breach

The Deloitte breach that was revealed by the Guardian last week was incredibly embarrassing for the firm. They have been named Gartner’s No. 1 Security Consultancy for 5 years in a row 😳.

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