Posts Tagged ‘DPC’
#WeekendWisdom 068 A Data Breach of Bank Details
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 68. This week we’re going to talk about a data breach of bank details.Read More
#WeekendWisdom 067 Data Protection Commission Report 2020
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 67. This week we’re going to talk about Data Protection Commission Report 2020.Read More
First Annual Report from the DPC
The first annual report from the Data Protection Commission, under the auspices of the GDPR has just been released.Read More
Dash cam – Machina Non Grata.
A dash cam is a popular Christmas present or indeed a present at any time of year. I got one earlier this year and have been having it merrily record the road ahead of my car ever since. I was doing this with the belief that the household exemption covered such recording. This is the…Read More
NUI Galway Data Breach – Lessons learned?
The NUI Galway data breach that was revealed this week is concerning. Particularly the initial reports about the breach, which weren’t very clear.Read More
Facebook are only fined £500,000
You remember the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica mess from earlier this year? Well, Facebook have been issued with a notice that they are to be fined £500,000 as a result of this. “What? Facebook are only fined £500,000?” I hear you cry.Read More
GDPR hasn’t gone away.
Something I’ve noticed since the summer holidays came to an end, interest in GDPR related training and discussions have dropped away. I’ve asked around why this might be. The most common type of response is “Sure that GDPR thing was a pile of scare mongering. Nothing has happened. It’s like that Y2K nonsense we had…Read More
Facebook Breach – The DPC was very public about it.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, you will have heard about the Facebook breach. This is where the accounts of at least 50 million people were compromised by evil doers.Read More
State agency wants to track tourists.
A story was published in the Irish Times yesterday about a long running debate between the Central Statistics Office (CSO) of Ireland (the state agency for government statistics) and the Data Protection Commissioner (the state agency for the protection of personal data) in regards to a request that the CSO had submitted to get Irish…Read More