Month: December 2017

  • Security: A clean desk policy

    Security: A clean desk policy

    This weeks’ instalment tackles a specific security policy which is neither costly nor technical. The topic dawned on me when I was writing up the conclusion for last week’s post which is part of the GDPR & ePrivacy titbits series on Security.  As you might have gathered from the title, this post will tackle the […]

  • GDPR & ePrivacy titbits series: Security layers

    GDPR & ePrivacy titbits series: Security layers

    We have explained consent, tracking and auditing of consent, as well as the right to be forgotten (briefly of course). However there is more. Apart from the obvious topics, there are underlying concerns such as security of data, i.e. ensuring that all personal data is protected and secured. The only issue here is that the […]