Security

After four years of delegation and debate, the upgraded and enhanced EU regulation on data protection, formally known as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), was finally agreed in April 2016. This legally binding regulation – which replaces the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive...

Recent high-profile cases of data breaching mean that the issue of protecting customers’ information is rarely out of the headlines. Several major companies worldwide have suffered data breaches with some forced to pay out huge sums in compensation, highlighting the increased risk that companies face...

In September 2017, Norwegian media outlet NRK reported that an US-based website translation company had openly published the content of documents submitted to their service for translation, some of which are confidential in nature. The Terms of Service of this company explicitly state they share...