Second annual review of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield went better than the first, but the European Commission is still waiting on the U.S. government to nominate a permanent Ombudsperson to handle potential complaints and requests from EU citizens.
The annual ENISA threat landscape report is one of the most helpful tools for keeping a finger on the pulse of current trends in cyber threats. This year's report highlights the dramatic rise in denial of service and cryptojacking attacks.
U.S. is addressing GDPR compliance and data privacy through technologies whereas Europe is taking the litigation route, will Europe wake up at some point and realize they’re behind the technology curve?
New Schrems privacy case could affect how global corporations carry out cross-border data transfers which may cause global trade and data flows to come to a halt.
Authorities may need to consider stricter approach to the use of facial recognition technologies as first GDPR fine was issued to a Swedish school.
Google recently won the court case over not applying ‘right to be forgotten’ rules globally. It defended the policy as a way to balance the right to personal privacy and the right to freedom of information.