Global Data Hub

Global Data Hub draws on Taylor Wessing's international expertise to provide you with insight and guidance on data protection issues. Our in-depth analysis, news updates and events will help you navigate the minefield of global data protection law.

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Connected dataConnected data

 

As we apparently talk to each other less and less, the devices around us are becoming increasingly loquacious. Vast quantities of data can be extrapolated from the growing number of connected devices in our world and can then be combined in an astonishing number of ways. Global Data Hub looks at the direction of travel and the struggle of the law to keep up in a way which maximises opportunity and minimises risk in connected data.

 

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Managing cyber security risksManaging cyber security risks

 

Cyber attacks are escalating and managing cyber security is increasingly seen as a critical priority for organisations. Attacks can jeopardise the integrity and availability of networked IT systems and compromise the confidentiality of the data held within them causing both financial loss and reputational damage. Global Data Hub takes a look at the prevailing guidance on the cyber safe essential measures and considers some different regulatory and industry approaches to managing cybersecurity risks.

 

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A look back at 2014 and what's to comeA look back at 2014 and what's to come

 

As 2014 draws to a close, yet again, we seem likely to be ending the year without a new EC data protection Regulation. That's not to say there hasn't been plenty going on in the data protection and privacy arena. In our last batch of content this year, we take a look at some of the major developments in 2014 and consider what lies ahead. Will 2015 be the year of the Regulation?

 

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