Details of UK’s data protection reform plans are solidifying with the release of the first public version of the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (DPDIB), which is accompanied with a set of new proposals for AI regulation.
The UK’s new position on cyber retaliation highlights a general lack of international agreement about when defensive cyber attacks should be considered appropriate.
Clearview AI will be fined £7,552,800, and has been ordered to stop collecting facial recognition data in the UK and to delete all of the data it had previously collected.
The U.K’s National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC) report addressed the threat posed by malicious apps downloaded through official and third-party app...
A new data reform bill included in the 2022 Queen's Speech promises a "pro-growth" framework of greater benefit to both businesses and citizens of the UK. It could put an end to the data adequacy decision that allows personal data to continue flowing between it and the EU.
The International Data Transfer Agreement tools are meant to reflect the changes made to the UK's own version of the GDPR, and could be available in late March.
KP Snacks notified its partners to expect supply chain problems after a ransomware attack encrypted its IT systems, preventing order placement and shipment of deliveries.
Which? discovered various online banking security issues that could allow fraudsters to pull off successful scams, and noted banks could do more to protect customers from potential fraud.
UK law enforcement has shared over half a million compromised passwords found in cloud storage with Have I Been Pwned. The headline item is that over one-third of these passwords (about 225 million) have not been logged before.
After an apparent refusal to pay a ransom demand, Russian hackers have leaked a sampling of 13 million records of UK police data to the dark web in retaliation. The records were stolen from a police contractor.