The case for mandatory cybersecurity and privacy certifications

Currently, it is the key question of cybersecurity and privacy strategic policy. The European Union is going through an overhaul of its privacy and cybersecurity regulatory frameworks. New regulations appear with remarkable frequency. Let’s mention merely the three: NIS Directive (“common level of network and information security“), General Data…

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How to: GDPR, consent and data processing

Websites, mobile apps, IoT devices, smartphones and just about any other products, systems or processes will, in a majority of cases, might soon need to redesign and re-engineer how user consent is being processed. Why? Because of the European General Data Protection Regulation. The GDPR makes consent a bit closer…

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Privacy of London Tube Wifi Tracking

Users of public transportation are mainly interested in one thing: getting to the right place conveniently and fast. So do I. Public transportation systems around the world struggle with maintaining their systems as efficient as possible. Transports for London (TfL) is perhaps in the avant-garde here. They are on the…

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