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    Lynne Callister

    Lynne Callister
    Lynne is an instructional designer with over 20 years' storyboarding experience. Her current areas of interest are mobile learning and exploring how cognitive theories of learning can create better learner experiences.

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    5 Ways to Avoid Price Fixing and Other Anti-Competitive Practices

    Editors note: This blog was originally published in December 2016 and has since been updated for optimal relevance. Over the last few years, the Compe...

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    Compliance Essentials News - April 2019

    Here's the selection of the most informative compliance news stories this month - regulatory announcements, market studies, and stories about complian...

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    Compliance news - March 2019

    Here's our selection of the most informative compliance news stories this month - stories about lapses, errors of judgement and downright disregard of...

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    Compliance training: do you need a bespoke e-learning solution?

    Compliance e-learning is no longer seen as a sheep dip solution for staff compliance. Companies want to use every training intervention as an opportun...

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    Compliance Essentials News - December 2018

    This blog is dedicated to bringing you the news that touches the people dimension of regulatory compliance. It's not only about regulations, policies,...

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    Facebook scores badly on GDPR principles

    As the fallout continues following the data scandal embracing Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, after facing heavy criticism for his long silence, its...

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    Facebook scandal shines light on murky data business

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    Pick a number… What should the GDPR fine be?

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    FINRA warns of fake FINRA phishing emails

    Not for the first time, FINRA, the US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has warned investors not to be taken in by fake phishing emails that ap...

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    100 million cyber attacks in local government but still no training?

    There have been almost 100 million cyber attacks on UK local government over the last four years, with around 1 in 4 local authority systems being bre...

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    5 top tips to comply with Competition Law

    Five estate agents in Somerset have been fined £370,000 by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for operating an illegal rate-fixing cartel.

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    10 tips to safeguard your reputation & prepare for GDPR

    Elizabeth Denham, the UK's Information Commissioner, has accused the media of scaremongering by focusing too much on the fines that may be imposed onc...

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    Companies share our personal data all the time. Consider the healthcare provider who passes the patient's medical history on to a consultant in readin...

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    6 ways to protect health data under GDPR

    Healthcare providers have been advised to strengthen their data protection controls before GDPR, following a series of breaches.

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    7 ways to safeguard data subject rights under GDPR

    The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is warning firms that they must respect individuals' rights to prevent their data being used for marketing...

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    6 steps to stay compliant with sensitive personal data

    Data regulators in France, Spain and the Netherlands appear to be flexing their muscles in readiness for GDPR:

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    Don't let MiFID II spoil the party

    With just 2 weeks left to go until the MiFID II January deadline, financial firms are working flat out to ensure they're ready for the new rules. But,...

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    6 steps to protect yourself from fraud in a data breach

    What happens when those charged with protecting our identities and finances are themselves compromised by a cyberattack?

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    Lynne Callister

    Lynne Callister
    Lynne is an instructional designer with over 20 years' storyboarding experience. Her current areas of interest are mobile learning and exploring how cognitive theories of learning can create better learner experiences.

    Recent Posts

    5 Ways to Avoid Price Fixing and Other Anti-Competitive Practices

    Editors note: This blog was originally published in December 2016 and has since been updated for optimal relevance. Over the last few years, the Compe...

    Read More

    Compliance Essentials News - April 2019

    Here's the selection of the most informative compliance news stories this month - regulatory announcements, market studies, and stories about complian...

    Read More

    Compliance news - March 2019

    Here's our selection of the most informative compliance news stories this month - stories about lapses, errors of judgement and downright disregard of...

    Read More

    Compliance training: do you need a bespoke e-learning solution?

    Compliance e-learning is no longer seen as a sheep dip solution for staff compliance. Companies want to use every training intervention as an opportun...

    Read More

    Compliance Essentials News - December 2018

    This blog is dedicated to bringing you the news that touches the people dimension of regulatory compliance. It's not only about regulations, policies,...

    Read More

    Facebook scores badly on GDPR principles

    As the fallout continues following the data scandal embracing Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, after facing heavy criticism for his long silence, its...

    Read More

    Facebook scandal shines light on murky data business

    Social media companies are being urged to do more to protect users' personal data following the Facebook scandal where data analytics firm Cambridge A...

    Read More

    Pick a number… What should the GDPR fine be?

    Arguably the reputational damage done to Facebook and the ensuing #deletefacebook campaign in the wake of its recent data scandal will hit it much har...

    Read More

    Facebook value drops $50bn after data scandal

    Facebook's value has dropped $50bn following the data scandal which saw 50 million users' personal data being scraped and shared with data firm Cambri...

    Read More

    FINRA warns of fake FINRA phishing emails

    Not for the first time, FINRA, the US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, has warned investors not to be taken in by fake phishing emails that ap...

    Read More

    100 million cyber attacks in local government but still no training?

    There have been almost 100 million cyber attacks on UK local government over the last four years, with around 1 in 4 local authority systems being bre...

    Read More

    5 top tips to comply with Competition Law

    Five estate agents in Somerset have been fined £370,000 by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) for operating an illegal rate-fixing cartel.

    Read More

    10 tips to safeguard your reputation & prepare for GDPR

    Elizabeth Denham, the UK's Information Commissioner, has accused the media of scaremongering by focusing too much on the fines that may be imposed onc...

    Read More

    5 steps to stay compliant when sharing data under GDPR

    Companies share our personal data all the time. Consider the healthcare provider who passes the patient's medical history on to a consultant in readin...

    Read More

    6 ways to protect health data under GDPR

    Healthcare providers have been advised to strengthen their data protection controls before GDPR, following a series of breaches.

    Read More

    7 ways to safeguard data subject rights under GDPR

    The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is warning firms that they must respect individuals' rights to prevent their data being used for marketing...

    Read More

    6 steps to stay compliant with sensitive personal data

    Data regulators in France, Spain and the Netherlands appear to be flexing their muscles in readiness for GDPR:

    Read More

    Don't let MiFID II spoil the party

    With just 2 weeks left to go until the MiFID II January deadline, financial firms are working flat out to ensure they're ready for the new rules. But,...

    Read More

    6 steps to protect yourself from fraud in a data breach

    What happens when those charged with protecting our identities and finances are themselves compromised by a cyberattack?

    Read More

    Retailers warned to respect fire safety rules over Christmas

    Retailers are being urged to put customer and workers' safety above profits and avoid overstocking in the run up to Christmas.

    Read More