12 June 2018
We have a fresh batch of content on our Taylor Wessing Global Data Hub site which provides you with insight and guidance on data privacy issues.
The GDPR and the Network Information Systems Directive are now in force, introducing significant cybersecurity and breach reporting requirements on a wide variety of organisations. Data breaches can not only incur large fines under the new legislation, they can also cause reputational damage and give rise to costly litigation. We look at the new requirements, the issues they throw into focus and at how to reduce risk.
Paul Glass reads between the lines on fines.
Michael Yates looks at reputation management in the wake of a GDPR data breach.
Debbie Heywood sets out the main requirements and differences between GDPR and NISD in relation to breach reporting.
Paul Glass looks at the use of injunctions to combat ransom attacks.
Debbie Heywood sets out the main provisions around cybersecurity and breach reporting under the GDPR and looks at regulator guidance.
Debbie Heywood looks at the main requirements on OESs and DSPs under NISD.