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ICO Issues First Intentions to Fine Under the GDPR

Kelly McMullon GDPR fines are seemingly like buses, you wait over a year for enforcement action by the UK’s data supervisory authority, the ICO, and then two come along at once – and with quite dramatic effect. The ICO has stretched its wings and in recent days has issued two notices of intent to fine following investigations. The companies in question can now make representations in an attempt to reduce the fines. Once the ICO issues a penalty notice, the companies can again appeal those fine...
Tags: UK, Law, European Union, Marriott, Starwood, British Airways, Gdpr, Ico, Marriott International Inc, Starwood Hotels, Data Privacy Laws, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, European Union (EU, Enforcement Action


SMB CyberCrime Case Study – Wire Transfer Fraud

Social Engineering Fraud (SEF, also called Wire Transfer Fraud or Business Email Compromise) attacks on SMBs can be crippling, and comprehensive Cyber Risk Insurance is a critical protection. A sophisticated SEF attack against a family recreational facility offers a case study in how devastating an attack can be.
Tags: Insurance, Social Engineering Fraud SEF



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