The European Parliament wants to bring the rules for online services in line with those for traditional telecoms
Carrier Grade CGN mitigates IPv4's address exhaustion but makes criminals harder to track
But contradictions and ambiguities in the GDPR might mean some claimed transgressions will have to be settled in court
Tracking scheme promoted service improvements, with no mention of sale of data to advertisers
Lost and stolen documents a bigger source of data breaches than email, yet UK organisations are ignoring paper in their GDPR compliance strategies
EU anti-piracy plan would introduce internet surveillance and 'ancillary copyright', claim campaigners
Proposals would contradict eCommerce Directive and ECJ court judgements
Seven out of ten boroughs unable to identify all personally identifiable information, warns M-Files
Is an £80k salary really enough for the combination of skills and responsibilities required for the role?
The platform will hold student records and learning history
Is the GDPR a guiding light to the benefits of big data, or its death knell?
The system is intended to make it simpler for SMBs to obtain funding by sharing secure financial information
Mistakenly thinking Brexit provides exemption and not reading the new definition of personal data are just two factors stopping companies preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation
Google DeepMind's Streams project with the Royal Free NHS Trust used real patient data
Fraud is the most commonly reported crime in England and Wales, but the response to it is inadequate
Blockchain makes transactions visible and secure for SMEs
Tech companies are between a rock and a hard place
Five-year deal for DeepMind's Streams app follows controversy about transfer of sensitive patient data
Small organisations are less likely to be ready than large ones
Financial data of bank customers sold for as little as $22.80 on dark web criminal forums
IBM UK & Ireland GDPR lead Steve Norledge argues that organisations should see GDPR as an opportunity
Why did IT vendor Intercity Technology put £10 million into building its own unified communications platform?
Pitney Bowes' Andy Berry gives a run-down for local authorities on what they need to do to become GDPR-compliant - before May next year
NHS admin Sally Anne Day given paltry fine for causing distress to two patients
National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott warns that transfer of medical records was 'inappropriate'