Catch up on the latest information security news with our fortnightly podcast. Also, keep an eye out for webinars and author interviews, where we speak with industry experts about information security, cyber security, data privacy and much, much more.
IT Governance Podcast Episode 5: Facebook, Twitter, VW, Digital Protection and Information Bill
This week, we discuss a malware campaign targeting Facebook Business users, a breach apparently affecting 5.4 million Twitter users, a €1.1 million GDPR fine for Volkswagen, the new Digital Protection and Information Bill, and why it’s so important to maintain your cyber security through a recession.
IT Governance Podcast Episode 4: Ransomware advice, MFA phishing and The Art of Cyber Security
This week, we discuss NCSC and ICO advice to the legal profession, a new phishing campaign that bypasses multifactor authentication, and the huge increase in the number of ransomware and phishing attacks this year. Plus, we talk to Gary Hibberd about his new book, The Art of Cyber Security.
IT Governance Podcast Episode 3: NCSC guidance, Amagasaki breach, Maastricht Uni and the metaverse
This week, we discuss new NCSC guidance on avoiding cyber security “staff burnout”, a data breach affecting a Japanese city's entire population, good news for the ransomware-hit Maastricht University, and the privacy implications of the metaverse.
IT Governance Podcast Episode 2: Yodel, ransomware, the Data Reform Bill and cyber defence in depth
This week, we discuss a cyber attack that’s disrupted Yodel’s deliveries, new tactics from a ransomware gang, the government’s plans for reforming UK data privacy law, and the importance of a defence-in-depth approach to cyber security.
IT Governance Podcast Episode 1: Twitter, Beeple, QuickBooks and Hybrid Working Security
This week, we look at a $150 million fine for Twitter, phishing attacks affecting the Twitter followers of the digital artist Beeple and users of the accounting platform QuickBooks, and a massive data breach affecting Pegasus Airlines – plus we talk about security issues facing organisations with a remote or hybrid workforce.
Brexit And Schrems II | Practical Implications For UK - EU Data Transfers 1
The Schrems II ruling and Brexit mean that UK organisations are required to reconsider the legal basis for the transfer of personal data to and from Europe.
The webinar recording covers:
The Schrems II decision regarding transfers of data;
The implications for UK and EU data controllers regarding data transfers;
The types of data transfers organisations should consider;
Data flows and the legal basis for UK–EU data transfers;
Practical steps organisations can take now; and
What the future holds following Schrems II and Brexit.