Regulator okays the use of anonymised phone tracking data to help tackle the spread of COVID-19
More and more ransomware groups are starting to steal data before encryption in order to blackmail their victims into paying up
Cathay Pacific hit with the largest pre-GDPR fine the ICO can levy for exposing details of 9.4 million customers worldwide between 2014 and 2018
Currys-PC World fined £500,000 over cyber attack that compromised 14 million people's personal information
Currys owner DSG Retail fined the maximum under the old data protection regime - would've been much more under GDPR, warns ICO
'The company has not reported a data breach,' ICO tells Computing, but adds that they may be required to 'explain why it wasn't reported'
Organisations must also ensure that their use of AI is transparent and accountable
ICO calls for a statutory code of conduct to stop police misuse of live facial recognition technology
Half-a-million BA customers affected by 2018 Magecart security breach can join class-action lawsuit, High Court rules
'I remain deeply concerned about the roll out of this technology,' Elizabeth Denham warns police forces
Marriott GDPR fine comes a day after ICO announced its intention to fine BA £183m
British Airways faces record fine for data breach - the first to be levied under GDPR
Regulators fined the ride-hailing firm more than £900,000
The company has 30 days to audit its data practises, or face the maximum £17 million fine
With Facebook fined a paltry pre-GDPR sum, and the ICO traditionally reluctant to use its powers to the full, is there a danger that organisations will take data security less seriously?
Confidential information about reports filed online could have been compromised
Elizabeth Denham keen to 'bust myths' about the regulator's approach to compliance
The regulator has taken on a new leadership team, including a brand new Information Comissioner
With consumer trust at an all-time low, when companies embrace the privacy principles that underpin GDPR they will attract more customers
IBM UK & Ireland GDPR lead Steve Norledge argues that organisations should see GDPR as an opportunity
Human error cited as the main cause of most data breaches
National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott warns that transfer of medical records was 'inappropriate'
Three DVDs, which showed victims talking openly about crimes they had suffered, have never been found
Staying on the right side of the helpful-creepy axis - and the law