Category Archives: Data Breach

GDPR in practice

Everybody is talking about GDPR in every session at Security Summit this year, whatever the topic, but in practice what companies are doing to get prepared? Alessandro Vallega started from here to introduce the conference dedicated by Europrivacy to the new European Regulation, on the second day of the Summit organized by Clusit in Milan.… Read More »

UK institutional “data breach” … HSCIC asks for an inconsistent consent …

A recent decision of the Information Commissioner’s Office (https://ico.org.uk/) has manifested a fear that for years affected the UK (and not only) and that it is the focus of the discussions between the associations for the protection of clients/patients/data subjects. The above document states that the British “Data Controller” has experienced an anomaly related to… Read More »

Cyber Crime and Compliance at Milan Politecnico

The headlines go to the Cyber Crime attacks, but ultimately the Compliance remains the main expense leverage in IT security, at least for SMEs. That’s what emerges from the 2016 Survey by the Information Security & Privacy Observatory of the Milan Politecnico School of Management, presented on 2/2 at the conference “Cyber Crime: the invisible threat… Read More »

Europrivacy panel on GDPR at Security Summit

“Friends call it GDPR” was the title of the conference held by Europrivacy last week within Security Summit, organized by Clusit this year as well. After the introduction of Alessandro Vallega the speaker were Jonathan Brera (KPMG), Andrea Gaglietto (Protiviti) and Andrea Reghellin (P4I). The panel that followed the presentations was also attended by Stefano… Read More »