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?
ISO 27701: Introducing a Privacy extension to the Information Security Management System of your organization
As digital transformation has changed the way organizations operate and carry out business, a rise in use of personally identifiable information (PII) is evident. This is followed by obligatory compliance with personal data protection regulations at a global level, depending on the nature and scale of a company’s practices, including the European regulatory framework i.e., the GDPR.
Brexit is almost there. Which actions to take last minute to prepare?
With the transition period reaching an end soon and Brexit being a fact on the first of January 2021, organisations…
Brexit & UK processors
As from the 1st of January 2021 the UK will have left the EU for good. This will result in…
International data transfers, adequacy and alternative measures post-Brexit
On the 31st of December 2020 the Brexit transition period will come to an end and the UK will leave…
6 reasons to aim for ISO27001 certification
To read the following article in Dutch scroll down or click here In these days of working from home, the…
Schrems II: in practice
The CJEU (Court of Justice of the European Union) Schrems II judgement of July 16th made a huge impact in…
Boete wegens cumulatie functies DPO en afdelingshoofd – Samenvatting en aandachtspunten
Op 28 april 2020 oordeelde de Belgische gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit (hierna “GBA”) dat de cumulatie van de functie van Data Protection Officer…
Video: Google employees are eavesdropping, even in your living room…
Our colleague Bavo Van den Heuvel about Google failing to protect privacy and stealing data. For more information read the article…
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