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Information Technology

CYBERSECURITY SERIES: RECEIVING A BREACH NOTIFICATION FROM A SUPPLIER - COMMUNICATING WITH CUSTOMERS

Even if you determine that you don’t have to tell your customers about a data breach, you may still wish to do so for practical/relational/reputational reasons. Under the various laws mentioned above, regulators can in some circumstances compel...

CYBERSECURITY SERIES: RECEIVING A BREACH NOTIFICATION FROM A SUPPLIER - COMPLYING WITH NOTIFICATION OBLIGATIONS

So you’ve received a breach notification from a supplier and have limited information about what’s happened,. You have limited time to determine whether you need to notify regulators / affected organisations and individuals and make those...

Cybersecurity Series: Receiving a breach notification from a supplier - Obtaining information

Having a cyber breach is most organisations’ worst nightmare. It’s considered the number 1 risk in the US, with UK businesses typically listing it in their top two. What’s becoming more apparent is the level of control our suppliers...

What GDPR requires following a data breach?

The GDPR has introduced a mandatory breach notification procedure for organisations that suffer certain security breaches that leads to the accidental or unlawful destruction (or loss or disclosure) of personal data. Here are the headline facts. One of...

GDPR - is everyone struggling with breach notification?

The GDPR has introduced a mandatory breach notification procedure for organisations that suffer certain security breaches that leads to the accidental or unlawful destruction (or loss or disclosure) of personal data. We discussed the headline facts in a...

Does GDPR work for Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies?

The business world has talked of little else but GDPR over the last few months. In the technology sector, however - and in particular those involved in blockchain technology -  some legal commentators believe there are “irreconcilable”...

AI in the UK: How ready, willing and able are we?

A panel from the House of Lords has recently released its report on AI titled, AI in the UK: ready, willing and able?. You can read an overview of the report, and the report itself here . First, let’s set the scene. The Chairman of the Committee,...

Company Directors could be held personally liable and fined for PECR breaches

In all of the GDPR talk over the last month you can be forgiven for forgetting that the Privacy and Electronic Communication Regulations 2003 (PECR) also require consideration. As we explained in an earlier article , there are two pieces of legislation...

What... more rules? New cyber rules apply from 10th May 2018

The Network and Information System Regulations 2018 came in on 10th May 2018… and because everyone was focused on GDPR, many didn’t notice. The good news is that, as specialist IT and cybersecurity specialists, here at Clayden Law, we...

Are intellectual property laws ready for AI in the UK?

The concept of Artificial Intelligence (or AI) has been around for a while. In fact, many of us use or take advantage of it without even knowing. For example, when you look up a route on your sat nav and it automatically considers the ‘real...
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