The end of Google Analytics?
In the wild west that is the digital transfer of data, the decision made by the Austrian Data protection authority, the Datenschutzbehörde (hereafter ‘DSB’) on the 22nd December 2021 seems like the long awaited beginning of the end for unchecked international data transfers from the EEA to US-based tech giants such as Google and Facebook. Will this mean the end of Google Analytics?
Deal or no-deal Brexit: what are the consequences for privacy and data protection?
On 25 November 2018, a draft Withdrawal Agreement was concluded between the European Union and the UK Government. This agreement…
What has the CNIL taught us about the GDPR?
The recent 50-million euro fine issued to Google by the French supervisory authority CNIL is one of the first, if…
How the Government Shutdown Affects our Nation’s Cybersecurity
The partial shutdown of the U.S. Government has left many agencies at a much greater risk of a data breach.…
I Am A Security Expert And I Do NOT Frequently Change My Passwords
Frequently changing your passwords is the enemy of your security. Over the past few years, organizations including the US National…
Choose Stronger Authentication For Linked-In Today.
Are you tired about having to manage all those different passwords? It doesn’t seem to matter how strong you make…
5 Key Best Practices in Combatting Ransomware
AUG 2016 – If we ask organizations what kind of security issues they experienced recently, ransomware is usually mentioned. This…
4 Safety Rules For Reporting & Analyzing Phishing Emails
JUNE 2016 –We advise organizations to have people report email phishing and (other security) incidents as much as possible. But…
Continuous Email Phishing Exercises Changes Behaviors
JAN 2016 – More and more organizations are performing email phishing exercises, often on a smaller scale. Organizations send out…
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