Galway PPN GDPR

A live webinar on practical skills to follow through on obligations of accountability under GDPR. Attendees will be shown the tools to create a Data Protection Policy for their organisation and will have an opportunity to submit questions during the webinar.

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Fingal PPN

A live webinar on practical skills to follow through on obligations of accountability under GDPR. Attendees will be shown the tools to create a Data Protection Policy for their organisation and will have an opportunity to submit questions during the webinar.

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Kilkenny PPN GDPR

A live webinar on practical skills to follow through on obligations of accountability under GDPR. Attendees will be shown the tools to create a Data Protection Policy for their organisation and will have an opportunity to submit questions during the webinar.

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Practical GDPR for Small Business

Practical GDPR for Small Business Training Download these details Make an enquiry L2 Cyber Security Solutions is delighted to be able to offer the following Practical Data Protection Training, in an online and in-person format. Title: Practical GDPR for Small Business Training. Outline: You’re a small business owner and you have attended a GDPR awareness session.…

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Serity

What is Serity? Serity is an online, self-check data protection audit platform designed by lawyers, computer scientists and specialist consultants. It helps you to identify, understand and fix the gaps in your data protection compliance programme.

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right to be informed

This page lists all of the various categories of personal data that L2 Cyber Security Solutions process and provides a downloadable PDF containing the required right to be informed information.

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first annual report

The first annual report from the Data Protection Commission, under the auspices of the GDPR has just been released.

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Not GDPR compliant

A colleague at another company forwarded me an email he’d received knowing that I’d get a kick out of it. It claimed to be from the UK GDPR Compliance Directory and that his company was not GDPR compliant. Of course no such directory exists and this was nothing but a ruse.

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Whatsapp authentication sucks

Whatsapp Authentication sucks. It sucks really badly. I’d never thought about it before, but then I saw this tweet yesterday. A lady got a new phone number and when she set up Whatsapp, she had a load of messages on there from the previous owner of the number. 

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Luas Ransomware

How did you hear about the Luas Ransomware incident? Was it on the news? Online? Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? Or did you happen to visit the website to check some fare information and get confronted by a very basic ransom demand.

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2018 predictions

I continue not to see many people who make predictions for the coming year actually come back to review what they predicted. As I showed last year, I’m not one of those, so here is my review. I’ve included the original text below in blue, but the full article for my 2018 predictions is here.    

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paying ransomware

Some businesses that are affected by a Ransomware incident, make a decision to pay the criminals in order to recover their data. This is usually because they believe it is more expensive to go through the recovery process. If they have poor or non-existent backups, then that may very well be the case, so they…

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