The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is warning firms that they must respect individuals' rights to prevent their data being used for marketing...
Data regulators in France, Spain and the Netherlands appear to be flexing their muscles in readiness for GDPR:
What happens when those charged with protecting our identities and finances are themselves compromised by a cyberattack?
Retailers are being urged to put customer and workers' safety above profits and avoid overstocking in the run up to Christmas.
Boardrooms across the UK are too complacent and many are failing to take the new data protection rules seriously, according to joint research by Trend...
Who needs consent under GDPR? Everything hangs on consent under GDPR, right? We can't process any personal data without it.
Editors note: This blog post was originally published in December 2017 but has since been updated for optimal accuracy and relevance.
Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance with data protection laws is more important than ever.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has criticised Lloyds Bank Group and issued a £28m fine after hearing evidence about its incentive scheme, which...
A report released by the Fire Statistics Team for the Home Office makes for some sober reading.
According to a report by the HM Treasury on Women in Finance, the City needs to do more to promote equality and diversity. The report revealed that: