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Do we fail to take Data Security Seriously? From my experience most companies I have seen fail to take data security seriously.

The sad fact is that In the life time of most companies a Breach will happen, but with good Data Security in the form of encryption the stolen data can be rendered as useless to the attacker, so your company and your customer are not impacted. Since 2013 only in 4% of breaches was the data rendered as useless to the attacker because companies acted responsibly and used encryption.

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Workers may need to take extra care about who they are speaking to after a top European court ruled that companies are within their rights to monitor and read private messages sent by their employees during work hours.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) said a firm that read one employee’s private chats sent while he was on the clock was within its rights to sack him for not completing his professional duties within his contracted hours.

However, it warned that such policies must also protect workers against widespread snooping, and recommended that companies draw up policies to define exactly what information they are allowed to monitor and collect

 

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Could your company be facing Legal action if you continue to transfer data on EU individual to the US after 31st January 2016.

On 6 October 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the commission’s adequacy decision on the EU-US Safe Harbour arrangement is invalid.

The Pan-Europe Data Protection has warned that if no agreement is reached by the end of January 2016, they are committed to take all necessary and appropriate actions. This would appear to mean that business engaged in the transfer of data to the US will have to hope that new laws are agreed otherwise their action could be deemed unlawful.

 

http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/article-29/press-material/press-release/art29_press_material/2015/20151016_wp29_statement_on_schrems_judgement.pdf

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU Safe Harbour agreement allowed American tech companies such as Facebook to transfer users’ data from the EU to the US is now invalid, .

The court said the transfer of data could be suspended because the US “… does not afford an adequate level of protection”.

EU data protection laws are among the toughest in the world and forbid the data of EU citizens to be exported to countries outside the EU without adequate levels of protection.

 

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU Safe Harbour agreement allowed American tech companies such as Facebook to transfer users’ data from the EU to the US is now invalid, .

The court said the transfer of data could be suspended because the US “… does not afford an adequate level of protection”.

EU data protection laws are among the toughest in the world and forbid the data of EU citizens to be exported to countries outside the EU without adequate levels of protection.

 

Why does Safe Harbour ruling threaten Facebook data transfers? BBC News

Published on Oct 6, 2015 “BBC News”
The EU’s top court rules that a data transfer pact with the US did not do enough to protect people’s privacy, causing problems for Facebook. Rory Cellan-Jones explains why.

 

EU Strikes Blow Against Facebook, Data Transfers

Published on Oct 6, 2015 “RT America”
The European Court of Justice ? the EU’s highest ? ruled a 15-year-old agreement between American technology companies handling European data to be invalid, which might be a major blow to companies from ranging from Amazon to Facebook. “Boom Bust” correspondent Bianca Facchinei has more details on the decision.

 

Safe Harbor has been ruled INVALID!

Published on Oct 6, 2015 “Zettabox”
The European Court of Justice has ruled Safe Harbor as INVALID. What should your company do now with its data?

 

Published on Oct 6, 2015 “Associated Press”
The European Union’s highest court struck a blow against Facebook and other web companies by ruling that a long-running pact allowing the free transfer of data to the US was invalid as it does not adequately protect consumers. (Oct. 6)

Would you trust or do business with someone who steals, property theft is a big issue, especially on the internet. We decided to do an investigating to determine how many business website owners on the internet have no regard for copyright and steal logos for other website. For this investigation we decided to see identify who has stolen out logo. From our investigation on the 04 July 2014 we identified 41 cases of logo theft.

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10 July 2014 As we keep going deeper into this case on Intellectual Property Theft we have now identified 65 sources on the internet that contain this stolen logo. Less than 5 website owner have apologized for the unauthorized use of this logo. But many website owners and business are failing to report, until they realize that we are serious about getting local law enforcement involved.

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Where do we draw the line between protecting user and putting users at risk? Has data protection stepped across the line and because our data protection experts have been so busy protection our data that they have now put laws in place the protect criminals and buy putting our data at risk?