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Nearly half of enterprise brands believe they are at risk of a website data breach

Recent research has revealed that nearly half (46%) of enterprises believe they have a probable (or greater) risk of a website data breach. 15%of enterprises also admitted that they have a definite, known risk. 67% have not evaluated, considered, or yet implemented marketing security for their website.

Source: Nearly half of enterprise brands believe they are at risk of a website data breach

Data breaches compromised 4.5 billion records in first half of 2018

Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, today released the latest findings of the Breach Level Index , a global database of public data breaches, revealing 945 data breaches led to 4.5 billion data records being compromised worldwide in the first half of 2018. A total of six social media breaches, including the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook incident, accounted for over 56% of total records compromised.

Source: Data breaches compromised 4.5 billion records in first half of 2018

French Data Protection Authority’s Latest Newsletter Includes Assessment of First Four Months of GDPR & Several Guidelines

The French Data Protection Authority (the CNIL) published its assessment of the first four months of GDPR and several guidelines, including one on how to make a GDPR compliant blockchain.

Full article: French Data Protection Authority’s Latest Newsletter Includes Assessment of First Four Months of GDPR & Several Guidelines

Social Media poses biggest data breach threat

Following the amount of airtime devoted to scandals from Facebook / Cambridge Analytica to Google+, it may come as no surprise that social media platforms pose the biggest danger when it comes to data breaches. Gemalto’s latest Breach Level Index , which keeps a record of the world’s public data breaches points the finger firmly at social platforms, which accounted for over 56% of the 4.5bn pieces of information that were put into jeopardy through the first six months of this year.

Full article: Social Media poses biggest data breach threat

Cryptomining replaces ransomware as 2018’s top cybersecurity threat

Cryptomining has taken ransomware’s place as the top cybersecurity threat in 2018, according to Webroot’s Mid-Year Threat Report Update. Focusing on trends in the first half of 2018, the report discovered cyberattack vectors becoming increasingly advanced and sophisticated, according to the Tuesday press release for the report.

Full article: Cryptomining replaces ransomware as 2018’s top cybersecurity threat – TechRepublic

GDPR Readiness Survey for Software and SMEs

The GDPR Readiness Survey for Software and SMEs will show you the latest approach taken by entrepreneurs to comply with the GDPR. In this GDPR Readiness Survey, 100 different software companies and startups of varying sizes, ranging from 1-250 employees, were surveyed.

50% of respondents indicated they managed GDPR compliance internally without the consultation of an external body or an external lawyer. 42% of respondents contacted a lawyer to advise on GDPR compliance.

52% of survey respondents believed that they are fully GDPR compliant

Full article: GDPR Readiness Survey for Software and SMEs

Are our smartphones cheating GDPR?

Consumer champion, Which? has revealed that the smart devices we use on a daily basis could be employing underhand measures to take more of our personal details than we think. A study conducted by the watchdog has concluded that many apps tested are technically behaving in accordance with GDPR stipulations while failing to embrace the true meaning of data protection that the laws seek to imbue.

Full article: Are our smartphones cheating GDPR?

The majority of businesses are failing to comply with GDPR

Some 70% of businesses worldwide failed to address requests made from individuals seeking to obtain a copy of their personal data as required by GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) within the one-month time limit set out in the regulations, reveals new research from Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration solutions.

Source: The majority of businesses are failing to comply with GDPR

Most businesses still failing to comply to GDPR

New research has discovered that companies around the world are still not getting GDPR basics right. Cloud data specialist, Talend, discovered that 70% of global businesses failed to fulfil personal data requests made by clients within the one-month cut-off time stipulated by new data security rules coming out of Europe.

Source: Most businesses still failing to comply to GDPR

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