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Updata – Your quarterly privacy & cybersecurity update

Welcome to the second edition of Updata – the international quarterly update from Eversheds Sutherland’s dedicated Privacy and Cybersecurity team. Updata provides you with a compilation of privacy and cybersecurity regulatory and legal updates from our contributors around the globe over the past quarter. You can find previous editions on our dedicated webpage....

Malaysia seeks to expand personal data protection

Malaysia is looking to impose a data breach notification (DBN) requirement to its existing data privacy law, which would impact companies around the world who do business in Malaysia. The Malaysian Personal Data Protection Commissioner is currently hearing feedback on Public Consultation Paper No. 1/2018, which would impose a DBN requirement on companies that need to be registered with...

Financial institutions in Singapore to strengthen their cyber resilience— Monetary Authority of Singapore consults on cyber security measures

Recently, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon warned that the “biggest vulnerability” for the financial system is the threat of cyber attacks. Hackers, especially those working for nation-states, have grown more sophisticated and more determined, especially as geopolitical tensions rise. On September 6, 2018, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) issued a Consultation Paper on the...

Are you ready for the next generation of cyberattack?

Of all the attention the recent Helsinki summit generated, one aspect has garnered virtually no coverage, but it has the ability to shake America and its companies to the core – the threat of data manipulation. Read this article to learn about the next generation of cyberattack, including: How hackers will manipulate, doctor and fake data to disrupt businesses and governments, if not...

Hospitals’ Response to Data Breaches May Be Impacting Patient Health

A study presented last week at the 4A Security and Compliance Conference in Philadelphia, found an increase in a common measure of mortality rates at hospitals following data breaches. However, there did not appear to be any correlation between the type of breach or the number of records affected by the breach, leading the researchers to conclude that it was the response to the breach,...

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