National retailer fined half a million pounds for failing to secure information of at least 14 million people

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined DSG Retail Limited (DSG) £500,000 after a ‘point of sale’ computer system was compromised as a result of a cyber-attack, affecting at least 14 million people.

Link: National retailer fined half a million pounds for failing to secure information of at least 14 million people
Source: ICO .org.uk

Nationwide retailer fined half a million pounds for failing to secure information of at least 14 million people

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has fined DSG Retail Limited (DSG) £500,000 after a ‘point of sale’ computer system was compromised as a result of a cyber-attack, affecting at least 14 million people.

Link: Nationwide retailer fined half a million pounds for failing to secure information of at least 14 million people
Source: ICO .org.uk

Adtech and the data protection debate – where next?

Six months ago we issued our Adtech Update Report with a clear message to industry that they had six months to read, internalise and act upon our report. Our view from the outset was that this is an industry problem requiring an industry solution. We have just reached the end of that six month period and are reviewing our findings.

Link: Adtech and the data protection debate – where next?
Source: ICO .org.uk

ICO and The Alan Turing Institute open consultation on first piece of AI guidance

What do we really understand about how decisions are made about us using artificial intelligence (AI)? The potential for AI is huge, but its implementation is often complex, which makes it difficult for people to understand how it works. And when people don’t understand a technology, it can lead to doubt, uncertainty and mistrust.

Link: ICO and The Alan Turing Institute open consultation on first piece of AI guidance
Source: ICO .org.uk