Chairman of the Board responsible for GDPR fine of €499 373

Ferde AS, a company that handles road tolls in Norway, has been fined € 499 373. The company has illegally transferred large amounts of unstructured data containing personal data to China and is criticized for lacking [...]

2021-10-08T09:46:40+00:00October 8th, 2021|english, GDPR|

The board of directors that can manage exploding demand

The need for automated information classification is increasing exponentially. While regulators are turning the threat of GDPR fines into promises, the rise in cyberattacks makes it clear that information control is a prerequisite for both [...]

2021-04-22T21:23:14+00:00April 22nd, 2021|Company, english|

Practice makes perfect! Swedish police fined and forced to educate 33,000 employees in data protection.

Swedish IMY, formerly Datainspektionen, fines the Swedish Police Authority administrative sanction fee of €250 000 for violations of the Criminal Data Act. For the Swedish public sector, the maximum fine is €1M, so this constitutes as [...]

2021-02-17T11:30:42+00:00February 17th, 2021|english, GDPR|

Webinar with CGI: How to take control of your business’ unstructured data

11 February 2021 at 14:00-15:00 Many authorities and companies have in the suites of the GDPR got their structured data in order, but the rules also apply to unstructured data that contains personal data. The [...]

2021-01-29T16:32:59+00:00January 29th, 2021|english, Events|

Swedish government: The key to cloud services is information classification

The IT Operations Inquiry (IT-driftsutredningen) recently presented its report on “Secure and cost-effective IT operations” with a special focus on the legal conditions for public sector outsourcing. The conclusion is that an amendment to the [...]

2021-01-29T00:17:02+00:00January 28th, 2021|AI, english, GDPR|

Folksam illegally shared personal data of +1M individuals

Swedish insurance group Folksam reports that they voluntarily, but illegally, have shared personal data concerning more than 1 million data subjects with American companies such as  Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Linkedin and Adobe. The illegal data transfers where [...]

2020-11-03T13:48:23+00:00November 3rd, 2020|english, GDPR|
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