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Data protection and Brexit – What you can do to prepare

After the historic defeat on 15 January of the draft withdrawal agreement (defeated deal), we consider below what the implications of a no-deal Brexit would be for data protection, and the extent to which the defeated deal would have dealt with any of those issues. We also provide a checklist of actions that businesses can take to help prepare for the outcome in default – a “no deal”...

A paradise for data privacy advocates—Bermuda’s privacy law now in full effect

With enactment of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA), Bermuda can now count itself among the ever-expanding list of jurisdictions with enhanced privacy protections. PIPA, passed on July 27, 2016, and entered into force in December 2017, shares many of the more stringent requirements and protections with Europe’s impending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which...

Helping it click into place – Our monthly Asia cybersecurity update

During 2017, cyberattacks continued to evolve and develop sophistication, exploiting both previously unidentified vulnerabilities and known vulnerabilities in new ways. Ransomware attacks such as Petya and WannaCry put critical functions across the world and across industries on hold, while the Mirai botnet attack, unleashed in late 2016, highlighted the increasing vulnerabilities of...