New JMS Secure Data Brochure – New Packages Launching May 2017!

JMS Secure Data will be launching its new simplified pricing structure which covers more products and services all under one package. Our aim is to give our customers much more as a package for a very competitive price whilst continuing to meet the UK GDPR requirements for treatment of data. Click link to download brochure […]

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Fine for lawyer who stored client files on home computer

A senior barrister who failed to keep clients’ sensitive personal information secure has been fined £1,000 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). Information belonging to up to 250 people, including vulnerable adults and children, was uploaded to the internet when the barrister’s husband updated software on the couple’s home computer. Some 725 unencrypted documents, which […]

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ICO fines eleven more charities

The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined eleven charities that breached the Data Protection Act by misusing donors’ personal data. ICO investigations found many of the charities secretly screened millions of donors so they could target them for additional funds. Some charities traced and targeted new or lapsed donors by piecing together personal information obtained from […]

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Experts Hit Back at Rudd’s ‘Cheap’ WhatsApp Shot

Rights groups, former military bosses and law enforcers have dismissed the home secretary’s attack on end-to-end encryption, claiming she already has some of the most sweeping surveillance powers of any state at her disposal. Amber Rudd took to the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday to criticize firms like WhatsApp and Facebook, which use encryption to […]

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Cyber-Attack on ABTA Website Puts Thousands at Risk

A cyber-attack on the website of the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) could potentially have impacted as many as 43,000 people. As explained in a statement on the company’s website, it is believed that those behind the attack (which occurred on February 27) gained access to about 1000 files which may include personal identity […]

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Yahoo Hacking – Russia Denies Charges

Russia has denied any involvement in the 2014 hack of internet giant Yahoo, after US authorities charged four people over the incident. US Department of Justice (DoJ) officials charged two Russian spies and two criminal hackers in relation to the 2014 breach, which exposed around 500 million Yahoo accounts. According to the BBC, Russian officials […]

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ICO recommends opt-in communications in its GDPR guidance

The Information Commissioner’s Office has published draft guidance on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which recommends a move to “active opt-in” and says individuals have the right to withdraw consent at any time. The consultation document applies to all organisations and sectors which handle or process data. The ICO have published its GDPR consent […]

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Prime Minister’s Twitter account could be compromised

Senior members of the UK government aren’t taking enough precautions to secure their Twitter accounts, Buzzfeed reported Monday last week. Of the 19 who use Twitter, 11 hadn’t set their security to prompt for the user to input their email address or phone number to start the password reset process. This means that anyone who […]

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Historical Society fined for ‘serious’ data breach

A historical society has been fined after after a laptop containing sensitive personal data was stolen while a member of staff was working away from the office. The historical society was fined £500 by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the independent authority set up to promote openness of public bodies and data privacy for individuals. […]

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