Compliance

Europe’s new data protection laws will cause conflict with the US, warn legal experts

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National Security Letters involving EU citizens won’t be recognised
23 Mar 2012

Lancashire police fined after losing data on vulnerable girl

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Police force must pay £70,000 fine after details of a missing girl were found in the street
14 Mar 2012

Microsoft tracks greenhouse gases in the cloud

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Software giant deploys application to tot up its energy use across the globe
12 Mar 2012

Revoke legacy privileged accounts – or pay the consequences


08 Mar 2012

Essential guide to social media and consumerisation in the enterprise

Martin Courtney reveals how both users and CIOs are shaping social business and bring-your-own-device strategies
07 Mar 2012

Q&A: Bring-your-own policies bring legal risks

Consumerisation has the potential to land CIOs in legal hot water.
07 Mar 2012

Feature: Are your smartphones in safe hands?

Employee smartphones can expose organisations to serious risks. Here are the measures IT leaders need to take to counter them
06 Mar 2012

Opinion: Storage virtualisation in the cloud

Cloud-based managed service providers are well equipped to tackle latency and compliance issues
01 Mar 2012

Success by Planning for IT Project Failure: Part 2 – Failure of a Customer’s Performance Obligations


27 Feb 2012

Opinion: For every leak, there’s a solution

Data protection officers cannot be expected to combat breaches without the right tools
21 Feb 2012

Opinion: Patient privacy requires urgent treatment

IT chiefs must put measures in place to monitor, detect and deter staff breaches of patient data
14 Feb 2012

Wellcome Trust CIO extols the virtues of tablets

130 iPads put in circulation to help ease logistical problems with papers
07 Feb 2012

Analysis: Data protection – is the EU going too far?

Many businesses fear that the new data protection proposals will mean an extra burden of cost at a time when they can least afford it
06 Feb 2012

Opinion: Eliminating human error from data loss risk

The time has come for data storage to move away from outdated technologies
25 Jan 2012

Hospital faces £375,000 ICO fine after data sold on eBay

Brighton and Sussex General says it will challenge the decision
16 Jan 2012

Generation Y needs to grow up


09 Jan 2012

Opinion: Time to shed light on the dark art of behavioural advertising

New laws should bring some much-needed transparency to the way cookies are used
06 Jan 2012

Financial services firm loses 1.4 million customer records

Cattles Group admits losing backup tapes storing customer information, while the ICO investigates
06 Jan 2012

UK web sites 'must do better' on cookie laws

ICO warns too few sites are compliant with new EU cookie rules
13 Dec 2011

What would eurogeddon mean for IT?

What are the ramifications for enterprise technology chiefs of the eurozone imploding
13 Dec 2011

European Commission launches open data strategy

Neelie Kroes expects it to deliver €40bn to EU economy each year
12 Dec 2011

ICO hits Powys with record data breach fine

Powys County Council fined £130,000 after mix-up with child protection reports
07 Dec 2011

Kaspersky quits Business Software Alliance

Leading Russian security firm says that it can't condone the BSA's support of a new US piracy law bill
07 Dec 2011

Deepwater dispute underscores need for e-discovery policy

Firms urged to take steps to ensure data doesn't get deleted in legal battles
06 Dec 2011