Tight timeline for ambitious US military cybersecurity plan

The US Department of Defense is requiring its roughly 350,000 military contractors to have their cybersecurity systems independently assessed to be eligible for future projects.

18 February 2020

The price of disclosing personal data

Finn Raben, director-general of data, research, insights and analytics industry association ESOMAR, provides valuable insight on how data-rich companies can improve trust and adopt ethical practices.

17 February 2020

Bavaria’s new data regulator keeps fingers crossed for Schrems reversal

Michael Will has just started a five-year tenure as Bavaria’s data protection chief. He spoke to GDR about cooperation, consistency and contractual clauses.

13 February 2020

An insight into the data trade

Shortly after XLP Capital’s Matt Stack stole the show during a Data Business Congress panel on dealing with data, GDR spoke to him about how he finds and gathers information.

12 February 2020

Hitachi Capital UK’s CIO on data strategy, regulation and quantum computing

GDR speaks to Leeds-based Hitachi Capital UK CIO Kim Brien to learn about the evolution of data strategy and the double-edged sword of quantum computing.

11 February 2020

Evaluating and maximising data's value with a chief data officer

GDR spoke to chief data officer consultant Caroline Carruthers about the evolving value of data and the changes required to maximise its potential.

30 January 2020

BakerHostetler on data as an asset

BakerHostetler recently launched a multidisciplinary practice group that will aim at dealing with all legal issues associated with data. GDR spoke to practice head Ted Kobus about the work the firm will do, the effect of the CCPA, and developments in corporate data use.

29 January 2020

US states kick off 2020 with a flurry of privacy bills

At least five US states have already introduced comprehensive privacy bills this year, stoking industry fears that a patchwork of complex rules could develop absent strong federal legislation.

27 January 2020

FTC touts revamped data security orders

Enhanced security assessments, encryption, and personal liability for company executives were among the changes the US Federal Trade Commission made to its data security orders over the last year – changes made in large part to comply with a court judgment that said the orders were unenforceably vague.

23 January 2020

Ethical hacking to plug the breach

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer CISO Mark Walmsley and Justin Shaw-Gray of Synack tell GDR about how to use ethical hacking and AI to secure systems and data.

23 January 2020