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GDPR Now! is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business and Thisisdpo! Our podcast is about GDPR and all things related to data security and privacy.
Our episodes provide insightful information for business leaders and privacy professionals alike. The hosts are joined by a range of fantastic guests to discuss the latest news, developments, and trends within data security and privacy. Each episode will be devoted to a specific theme and will feature one or more experts talking about an issue of relevance to the industry. Whether you're a business owner or manager, privacy expert, a privacy beginner or you just want to know more, this is the podcast for you!
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This episode is part of our series of updated podcasts addressing security & privacy concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for millions of businesses across the UK and the world. In this episode, we are going discuss personal data in detail and explore the question of: whose data is it anyway? And what are we prepared to tolerate regarding track and trace programmes as governments around the world implement track and track apps. To discuss this we are delighted to have Phil Brown, The Norfolk Data Protection Mardler, who advices clients in Norfolk on data protection. _Please note: Phil makes reference to the need for self reporting but would like to clarify that in the NHS Test and Trace scheme, an NHS Tracker will only contact individuals who have tested positive for Covid19. Whether someone should be tested at all is heavily dependent on self reporting. Furthermore, responses to a possible request to us to identify those with whom we may have had recent close contact is based on our ‘civic duty’ rather than a legal requirement - so it’s very much down to our willingness or judgment to do so. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO. www.dpo4business.co.uk www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Phil Brown Data Protection Consultant pa@datamardler.co.uk Phil is an independent data protection consultant based in North Norfolk and has provided data protection advice and support to a wide variety of industries across Norfolk and beyond, mostly to small businesses. Prior to that, Phil had a 20 year career as a military communications officer which was then followed by 12 years in the world of mobile phone standardisation, mostly consulting for a Japanese mobile phone operator. During the latter phase, he chaired an international working group that developed mobile phone conformance tests and also chaired the Global Certification Forum when is became a legal entity in 2008. Such work has seen him travel widely and has, at various times, studied French, German, Japanese and Mandarin Chinese none of which prepared him for life in Norfolk when he moved there in 2016! He has a Masters degree in Design of Information Systems and his currently trading as Norfolk’s Data Protection Mardler. Special Guest: Phil Brown.
This episode is part of our series of updated podcasts addressing security & privacy concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for millions of businesses across the UK and the world. In this episode, we start our series of discussions on track and trace apps from around the world. Today, we are are discovering how track and trace is being managed in Australia. To discuss this with us, we are delighted to have Katherine Sainty and Belyndy Rowe from Sainty Law, a boutique law firm specialising in privacy, big data, technology & cybersecurity in Sydney. Katherine and Belyndy are going to talk to us about what is happening in Australia. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO. www.dpo4business.co.uk www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Katherine Sainty Director Katherine is the founder and team leader at Sainty Law. Katherine is a corporate and commercial lawyer who specialises in digital, technology and media law. http://www.saintylaw.com.au/ Belyndy Rowe Senior Associate Belyndy advises commercial and creative industry clients in commercial transactions, intellectual property and technology law. Email: belyndy.rowe@saintylaw.com.au http://www.saintylaw.com.au/ Special Guests: Belyndy Rowe and Katherine Sainty.
Regular listeners will have already heard our episodes on what DPOs need to know about cyber security, and COVID 19 impact on data protection. gdpr, privacy, data security, cyber crime, data protection, SME In this episode, we are going to talk about the exponential rise of cyber crime as a business, the need to understand the risks and the security challenges for SME's. This episode is part of our series of updated podcasts addressing security & privacy concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for millions of businesses across the UK and the world. We are delighted to have Zohar Rozenberg (Col. Ret.) who is the Chief Security Officer at Elron, a leading Israeli holding company dedicated to building technology companies. Aside from an impressive career in Israeli defence and cyber security, Zohar has written a number of recent articles on cyber issues: https://www.cisomag.com/cyber-startup-hub-in-israel-declines-as-global-competition-rises-elron-vp/ https://www.theepochtimes.com/coronavirus-hackers-try-to-take-advantage-of-people-working-from-home_3275525.html https://siliconangle.com/2020/03/13/coronavirus-offers-golden-opportunity-evolve-security-architecture/ https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/cyber-attacks-new-maritime-threat-warns-former-idf-cyber-head-599165 https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/03/11/coronavirus-evolve-security-architecture/ GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO. www.dpo4business.co.uk www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Zohar Rosenberg Chief Security Officer & Board Member Elron Electronic Industries (TASE: ELRN) www.elron.com adir@davidmalits.com Special Guest: Zohar Rosenberg.
Welcome to another episode of GDPR Now, a podcast dedicated to data protection and all things data security and privacy. This week’s episode is Group Action lawsuits arising from data breaches. We continue our series of podcasts addressing concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, such as increases in data breaches arising from IT security issues and the increased risks resulting from the huge shift to remote working for 100,000s businesses across the UK and the world. In the studio today we are delighted to have Kingsley Hayes, Managing Director of Hayes Connor Solicitors based in Widnes, Cheshire. In this second episode, we are going to talk about Group Action lawsuits, what they are, how they operate and the British Airways case. For anyone who wants to join the BA data breach action if they have been affected - the link is here (https://www.hayesconnor.co.uk/british-airways-data-breaches/). If you missed it, Kingsley and I discussed COVID19 and the impact on Data Protection in Episode 17. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO. www.dpo4business.co.uk www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Kingsley Hayes Managing Director Hayes Connor Solicitors www.hayesconnor.co.uk @HayesConnorSol 0330 107 5165 Special Guest: Kingsley Hayes.
Welcome to another episode of GDPR Now, a podcast dedicated to data protection and all things data security and data privacy. This week’s episode is COVID 19 and the impact on Data Protection. Regular listeners will have already heard our episodes on what DPOs need to know about cyber security, for those that missed them, they are episodes 7 & 15. Today, we start a series of podcasts addressing concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for 100,000s businesses across the UK and the world. In the studio today we are delighted to have Kingsley Hayes, Managing Director of Hayes Connor Solicitors based in Widnes, Cheshire. In this first of two episodes, we are going to talk about Covid 19 and the impact on data protection. In our second episode, Kingsley and I will be discussing data breach Group Action law suits in general, and the BA action in particular. We cover the reputational and financial risks businesses need to be aware of when Group Actions, are filed as a result of data breaches. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO. www.dpo4business.co.uk www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Kingsley Hayes Managing Director Hayes Connor Solicitors www.hayesconnor.co.uk @HayesConnorSol 0330 107 5165 Host Karen Heaton info@dpo4business.co.uk www.dpo4business.co.uk This podcast is brought to you by thisisdpo.co.uk and Data Protection 4 Business. For more information, go to thisisdpo.co.uk or dpo4business.co.uk. All suggestions for topics, improvement etc are gratefully received or if you want to appear on the podcast, please contact us at info@dpo4business.co.uk. Special Guest: Kingsley Hayes.
On the day after Data Protection Day (or Privacy Day, depending on whether you are tomato or tomato) we take a look at privacy enhancing technologies - how to control, restrict and eliminate your personal data footprint (if that’s what you want to do). This podcast will be invaluable for privacy professionals that want to know what PETs are available and for consumers that would like to have greater control of their digital profiles. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Abigail Dubiniecki Data Protection Specialist My Inhouse Lawyer https://www.linkedin.com/in/abigaild/ Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials Competition and Markets Authority (UK competition regulator) report on digital advertising https://www.gov.uk/government/news/cma-lifts-the-lid-on-digital-giants Links to PETs (Privacy Enhancing Tech) and resources mentioned in the podcast (and more!) Disclaimer – not endorsing any PET in particular, just sharing info. Want a pretty version or more explanation? Check out my LinkedIn profile for a Slideshare of a presentation and handy Infographic – available next week. Let’s help build this list. Which PETs are you using or curious to try? If they’re not here, let Abigail know via contact details in the show notes so I can update my list. Inform yourself, update software, adjust privacy settings, use 2FA! Privacy Analyzer (https://privacy.net/analyzer): Analyses your browser to reveal what can be learned about you and recommend actions you can take DuckDuckGo Device Privacy Tips https://spreadprivacy.com/tag/device-privacy-tips/ ‘Learn’ tab in the DisconnectMe Privacy Pro VPN (iOS only) – ‘learn’ materials available without paying. Just download the app and click!: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/disconnect-privacy-pro-entire/id1057771839?ls=1 Consumer Reports articles & videos with quick-fixes in bite-sized pieces: https://www.consumerreports.org/privacy/linkedin-privacy-settings/ www.consumerreports.org/video/view/electronics/news/6050416388001/protecting-your-online-privacy/ Terms of Service, Didn’t Read (TOSDR https://tosdr.org/): one-stop shop for digested Ts & Cs of most popular online providers, including score cards. Brilliant browser add-on offers automatic assessment of pages you access. Addresses privacy notices & terms e.g. cancellation, etc. Ghostery (www.ghostery.com) lets you block ads and trackers, watch the watchers, and speed up your browser with a suite of products, some of which are free, others reasonably privacy. A new product – Ghostery Midnight (www.ghostery.com/midnight) – claims to protect your entire device while giving granular preference management at the app-by app level. Sounds like having your own personal privacy watchdog on your device. Extension is free!! But some of the other products are paid. Baycloud (https://baycloud.com) was one of the early champions of privtech, starting in the DNT space. They offer B2C and B2B resources. Baycloud Bouncer let reveals who’s tracking you and gives you a handy dashboard to adjust your preferences (https://baycloud.com/bouncer). You can also pre-scan websites you’d like to visit from the comfort of Baycloud’s site. Try before you buy (so to speak, with your data I mean). Free!! Have I been pwned?(https://haveibeenpwned.com) will help you check whether your account or credentials has been compromised based on research into the (sigh) multitudinous data breaches. Free!! DuckDuckGo privacy report card for websites (https://duckduckgo.com/app): instantly evaluates and remediates websites you visit to give you a before and after score. Browser add-on for various browser types on desktop but only available for iOS on mobile. Free!! Deseat.Me (www.deseat.me) : Helps you clean up your online presence by instantly getting a list of all your accounts, allowing you to sort through and delete them / unsubscribe. Personal Data.io: A self-named “integrated toolbox addressing surveillance capitalism”. This advocacy group goes beyond providing tools for e.g. filing DSARs, there is a forum (https://forum.personaldata.io) and a number of chat groups for trouble-shooting, contributing, advocacy and knowledge-exchange) You can share your experience or tap into people’s expertise, commiserate or find journalists to raise awareness about your experience or discoveries. This is the group that helped journalist Judith Duportail, who was researching dating apps, learn that Tinder had over 800 (disturbing) pages of data on her. Worth a read here: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/sep/26/tinder-personal-data-dating-app-messages-hacked-sold My Permissions(https://mypermissions.com): app that does a privacy scan (Privacy Cleaner) of your social media / collaboration apps to help you identify who can access your data. It identifies your current permissions and let’s you quickly and efficiently manage them all from one place. A small fee required to manage permissions, but there is a free tier. Princeton IoT Inspector (https://iot-inspector.princeton.edu/) let’s you watch your smart devices back. Automatically discovers IoT devices and analyzes their network traffic to identify security and privacy issues. Currently only available on MacOS High Sierra or Mojave (waitlist for Windows, Linus and MacOS Catalina). PiHole for Raspberry Pi (https://pi-hole.net): Protect your entire network from ads and targeting. Block in-app and SmartTV ads. Free!! but powered by donations. You need a supported OS and hardware (Raspberry Pi). Strong Passwords: NCSC ‘3 random words’ guidance: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/collection/top-tips-for-staying-secure-online/use-a-strong-and-separate-password-for-email. Test password strength on Comparitech: https://www.comparitech.com/privacy-security-tools/password-strength-test/. Generate secure, unique passwords with https://1password.com. VPN, tracking-blockers, ad-blockers, including some in-app / whole-of-device options and free web extensions: Bitnet Defender (https://www.bitdefender.com/toolbox) Guardian (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/guardian-firewall-vpn/id1363796315) Disconnect.Me (https://disconnect.me) ProtonVPN (https://protonvpn.com) Adblock Fast (https://adblockfast.com) HTTPS Everywhere (https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere) Privacy Badger (https://www.eff.org/privacybadger) Privacy Possum (https://download.cnet.com/Privacy-Possum/3000-11745_4-77899656.html) Who Targets Me browser extension re: political microtargeting (https://whotargets.me/en/) Private Search and Browsers: DuckDuckGo! (https://duckduckgo.com) StartPage.com (www.startpage.com) Qwant & QwantJR (https://www.qwant.com) Ecosia (https://ecosia.org) Firefox (https://www.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/new/?redirect_source=firefox-com) Brave (https://brave.com) Cliqz (https://cliqz.com/en) Use their brilliant add-ons like Facebook Container, universal cookie consent. Private chat, calls, collab: jitsimeet (https://meet.jit.si) Signal (www.signal.org) Wire (https://app.wire.com/auth) NextCloud Talk (https://nextcloud.com/talk). Secure email: Proton Mail (https://protonmail.com) NextCloud (https://nextcloud.com/athome/) Lock down social media (or switch to something better): Data Detox story: https://onezero.medium.com/find-out-what-google-and-facebook-know-about-you-31d0fa6d7b61 CitizenLab security planner: https://securityplanner.org/#/ Surveillance Self Defense social media tool: https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/protecting-yourself-social-networks; Private social networks: Minds (https://www.minds.com/) MeWe (https://mewe.com) Mastodon (https://mastodon.social/about) Diaspora (https://diasporafoundation.org/) Popjam (for kids): https://web.popjam.com/home. Exercise your rights, control your online identity: TapMyData (https://tapmydata.com/) Deseat.me (https://www.deseat.me/) Just Delete Me (https://justdeleteme.xyz) Data Rights Finder (https://www.datarightsfinder.org) Personaldata.io forum (https://forum.personaldata.io/) Yoti (https://www.yoti.com) SecureKey’s Verified.Me (Canada only for now: https://verified.me/) Take your data back: Personal Data Accounts: Hub of All Things (Dataswift): https://www.hubofallthings.com/ Digi.Me (https://digi.me) MesInfos (http://mesinfos.fing.org/english/) inrupt (https://inrupt.com/) Go forth and make good privacy choices: Exit Google Maps and use TomTom instead (https://www.tomtom.com/en_gb/) Read & support creators and journalists in ad-free, targeting free spaces like Correspondent (https://thecorrespondent.com/) & Medium (https://medium.com/) Listen to (or create your) Podcasts on Radio Public (https://radiopublic.com/) Pickatale reading & audio app for kids age 0 - 10 (https://pickatale.co.uk/) OneZeroMe Financial Passport (https://onezero-me.com/) Get value from it (or share the love!): Brave Rewards (https://brave.com/brave-rewards/); My Good-Loop ethical adtech (https://my.good-loop.com/#my); My Offrz (https://myoffrz.com/en/fuer-nutzer/); HATDeX (https://hatdex.dataswift.io/). Give back Privtech folks & advocates work hard & use their incredible expertise to make a difference. Help fund them. Pay for their tools. Support their cause. Contribute your own sweat & skills. Spread the word. Most BigTech apps who’ve lost their way were starving startups at some point. Help privtech scale!! It means a better future for all of us. Help Open Rights Group make more privacy notices machine-readable: https://generator.projectsbyif.com/; Participate in workgroups like Forum.PersonalData.io; Donate money, time or skills to TOSDR, PiHole, and others asking for help. Still want more? Learn here: The Ultimate Guide to Online Privacy – 150+ Ninja Tips: https://fried.com/privacy ; Privacy Tools.io : https://www.privacytools.io/ Reset the Net Privacy Pack: https://pack.resetthenet.org/; Data Ethics.eu: Digital Self Defense tab; news; CitizenLab’s Net Alert keeps you updated on online threats & offers solutions. Security Planner is very handy. NCSC Top Tips for Staying Secure Online; Data Rights Finder (Open Rights Group). Special Guest: Abigail Dubiniecki.
Cyber security is an area of key concern for any DPO or privacy professional. Having looked at people and training issues in episode 7, this episode focuses on the key physical issues: physical and technical access controls, network design considerations, default deny and least privilege, separation of duties and working in key areas. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Andy Larkum CEO of ADL Consulting https://adlconsulting.co.uk andy@adlconsulting.co.uk Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials You can try ADL Consulting’s "Introduction to Cyber Security" module for free here: https://adlconsulting.teachable.com/p/an-introduction-to-cyber-security From previous episode on cyber security Cyber Essentials self-assessment questionnaire: https://adlconsulting.co.uk/getting-help-cyber-essentials - see heading "What's Involved" ISO 27001 https://adlconsulting.co.uk/iso27001-consultancy Training: https://adlconsulting.co.uk/staff-training https://adlconsulting.teachable.com Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Andy Larkum.
Privacy By Design is one of the key elements of good data protection, and is made mandatory by Article 25 of the GDPR. But what does PbD mean in practice? In this podcast, we look at the key elements of PbD, discuss some actual use cases, and examine how to apply PbD on the ground. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest Sam Bouso, Founder and CEO of Precognitive Inc., sbouso@precognitive.io https://precognitive.com/ Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials Recommended By Sam Bouso Article “Privacy By Design Is Important For Every Area Of Your Business” is a good general intro Book “The Ultimate GDPR Practitioner Guide: Demystifying Privacy & Data Protection” Especially Chapter 11 which has solid examples and areas of focus for those trying to implement PbD. Ann Cavoukian’s 7 principles of PbD Proactive not reactive; preventive not remedial The privacy by design approach is characterized by proactive rather than reactive measures. It anticipates and prevents privacy invasive events before they happen. Privacy by design does not wait for privacy risks to materialize, nor does it offer remedies for resolving privacy infractions once they have occurred — it aims to prevent them from occurring. In short, privacy by design comes before-the-fact, not after. Privacy as the default Privacy by design seeks to deliver the maximum degree of privacy by ensuring that personal data are automatically protected in any given IT system or business practice. If an individual does nothing, their privacy still remains intact. No action is required on the part of the individual to protect their privacy — it is built into the system, by default. Privacy embedded into design Privacy by design is embedded into the design and architecture of IT systems as well as business practices. It is not bolted on as an add-on, after the fact. The result is that privacy becomes an essential component of the core functionality being delivered. Privacy is integral to the system without diminishing functionality. Full functionality – positive-sum, not zero-sum Privacy by design seeks to accommodate all legitimate interests and objectives in a positive-sum “win-win” manner, not through a dated, zero-sum approach, where unnecessary trade-offs are made. Privacy by design avoids the pretense of false dichotomies, such as privacy versus security, demonstrating that it is possible to have both. End-to-end security – full lifecycle protection Privacy by design, having been embedded into the system prior to the first element of information being collected, extends securely throughout the entire lifecycle of the data involved — strong security measures are essential to privacy, from start to finish. This ensures that all data are securely retained, and then securely destroyed at the end of the process, in a timely fashion. Thus, privacy by design ensures cradle-to-grave, secure lifecycle management of information, end-to-end. Visibility and transparency – keep it open Privacy by design seeks to assure all stakeholders that whatever the business practice or technology involved, it is in fact, operating according to the stated promises and objectives, subject to independent verification. Its component parts and operations remain visible and transparent, to users and providers alike. Remember, trust but verify. Respect for user privacy – keep it user-centric Above all, privacy by design requires architects and operators to keep the interests of the individual uppermost by offering such measures as strong privacy defaults, appropriate notice, and empowering user-friendly options. Keep it user-centric. See also: https://iab.org/wp-content/IAB-uploads/2011/03/fred_carter.pdf https://iapp.org/resources/article/privacy-by-design-the-7-foundational-principles/ Looking for something long and technical? "Privacy and Data Protection by Design – from policy to engineering". ENISA Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Sam Bouso.
What are the building blocks of good data protection governance? In this broad-ranging discussion, we talk to James Leaton Gray about his assessment of current data protection in the UK, what it takes to run a good data protection regime, different target operating models, how different parts of the business need to work together, the evolving role of the DPO, privacy and privsec, common mistakes and – critically – how move the data protection regime up the value chain. Plus the opportunities open to organisations that manage to establish a relationship of trust with their data subjects. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest James Leaton Gray, Director of The Privacy Practice. http://www.privacypractice.co.uk/ Email: jlg@leatongray.com Telephone: +44 7740 818036 Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials None relevant Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: James Leaton Gray.
Episode 12: Brexit!

Episode 12: Brexit!

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What do UK companies need to do if the UK crashes out of the EU? This podcast discusses the privacy implications for UK companies after October 31st and what they should be doing – now – to prepare for a hard Brexit. At the time this podcast was recorded, a hard Brexit is scheduled for October 31st GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest Oana Dolea GDPR Practice Lead, D2 Legal Technology Email: oana.dolea@d2legaltech.com Website: www.d2legaltech.com D2 Legal Technology LLP Level 39 One Canada Square London E14 5AB Telephone: +44 737 747 2019 Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials The Data Protection Implications of a 'No-Deal Brexit', Douwe Korff https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3441617 EDPB Information note on data transfers under the GDPR in the event of a no-deal Brexit https://edpb.europa.eu/sites/edpb/files/files/file1/edpb-2019-02-12-infonote-nodeal-brexit_en.pdf EDPB view on Article 49 derogations https://edpb.europa.eu/our-work-tools/our-documents/nasoki/guidelines-22018-derogations-article-49-under-regulation-2016679_en Questions, ideas, appearing Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Oana Dolea.
Managing consent for cookies has become a key issue. In this two-parter, we look at what the regulators (and in particular the UK ICO) require in relation to cookies (Part 1) and then – in an industry first - review three industry leading consent management tools: Cookie Control, Cookiebot, and Cookie Pro (Part 2). GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest Karen Heaton Director, Data Protection 4 Business karen.heaton@dpo4business.co.uk www.dpo4business.co.uk Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Corrections & Clarifications Cookie Control from Civic UK -Cookie Control supports an unlimited number of categories. The categories can be updated/added at any point. -Cookie Control allows the user to define the time period that the consent is valid for. Also Cookie Control can be configured to request user consent if there is a change in the privacy policy of the website. -All Cookie Control Licences have no page limits including the free one. The Pro version simply offers more features like unlimited subdomains geolocation, multilingual support, integration with IAB and branding. -All licence costs are annual. Materials If you would like copies of the completed questionnaires, please email your requests to: karen.heaton@dpo4business.co.uk or info@thisisdpo.co.uk The three cookie consent tools reviewed are: Cookiebot https://www.cookiebot.com/ Contact: mail@cookiebot.com Cookie Control https://www.civicuk.com/cookie-control Contact: info@civicuk.com CookiePro https://www.cookiepro.com Contact: sales@cookiepro.com Questions Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Karen Heaton.
Managing consent for cookies has become a key issue. In this two-parter, we look at what the regulators (and in particular the UK ICO) require in relation to cookies (Part 1) and then – in an industry first - review three industry leading consent management tools: Cookie Control, Cookiebot, and Cookie Pro (Part 2). GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest Karen Heaton Director, Data Protection 4 Business karen.heaton@dpo4business.co.uk www.dpo4business.co.uk Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Corrections & Clarifications Cookie Control from Civic UK: -Cookie Control supports an unlimited number of categories. The categories can be updated/added at any point. -Cookie Control allows the user to define the time period that the consent is valid for. Also Cookie Control can be configured to request user consent if there is a change in the privacy policy of the website. -All Cookie Control Licences have no page limits including the free one. The Pro version simply offers more features like unlimited subdomains geolocation, multilingual support, integration with IAB and branding. -All licence costs are annual. Materials If you would like copies of the completed questionnaires, please email your requests to: karen.heaton@dpo4business.co.uk or info@thisisdpo.co.uk The three cookie consent tools reviewed are: Cookiebot https://www.cookiebot.com/ Contact: mail@cookiebot.com Cookie Control https://www.civicuk.com/cookie-control Contact: info@civicuk.com CookiePro https://www.cookiepro.com Contact: sales@cookiepro.com Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Karen Heaton.
In the Fashion ID case, the European Court of Justice decides that website owners are now joint controllers with the provider of the third-party cookie, and that website owners are responsible for issuing the privacy notices for third party cookies and for collecting any consents that are required. And, to make things a bit more complicated, the ECJ comes up with a new approach to analysing the data journey and who is the controller! All this and more in this episode of GDPR Now! GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials You can try ADL Consulting’s "Introduction to Cyber Security" module for free here: https://adlconsulting.teachable.com/p/an-introduction-to-cyber-security Fashion ID ECJ Judgement: http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf;jsessionid=CF6549B82743BAC9782DB7D41AD478DF?text=&docid=216555&pageIndex=0&doclang=en&mode=lst&dir=&occ=first∂=1&cid=14417748 Advocate General’s Opinion: http://curia.europa.eu/juris/document/document.jsf?text=&docid=209357&pageIndex=0&doclang=en&mode=lst&dir=&occ=first∂=1&cid=14418147 Related documents Update Report Into Adtech And Real Time Bidding, ICO. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2019/06/blog-ico-adtech-update-report-published-following-industry-engagement/ Guidance On The Use Of Cookies And Similar Technologies, ICO. https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/guidance-on-the-use-of-cookies-and-similar-technologies/ Délibération N° 2019-093 Du 4 Juillet 2019 Portant Adoption De Lignes Directrices Relatives À L'application De L'article 82 De La Loi Du 6 Janvier 1978 Modifiée Aux Opérations De Lecture Et Écriture Dans Le Terminal D'un Utilisateur (Notamment Aux Cookies Et Autres Traceurs), CNIL. https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000038778053&dateTexte=&categorieLien=id Opinion 5/2019 On The Interplay Between The Eprivacy Directive And The Gdpr, in particular regarding the competence, tasks and powers of data protection authorities, adopted on 12 March 2019, EDPB. https://edpb.europa.eu/sites/edpb/files/files/file1/201905edpbopinioneprivacydirgdprinterplayen_0.pdf Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk
Cyber security for DPOs. Cyber security isn’t usually the primary responsibility of the DPO, but you can’t be an effective DPO if you don’t understand the security regime in your organisation and the trade-offs behind them. In this episode, we look at cyber security: what does it really consist of? how best to think about it? and what are the most common areas of vulnerability? GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Andy Larkum CEO of ADL Consulting https://adlconsulting.co.uk andy@adlconsulting.co.uk Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials Breaking News! You can try ADL Consulting’s "Introduction to Cyber Security" module for free here: https://adlconsulting.teachable.com/p/an-introduction-to-cyber-security Cyber Essentials self-assessment questionnaire: https://adlconsulting.co.uk/getting-help-cyber-essentials - see heading "What's Involved" ISO 27001 https://adlconsulting.co.uk/iso27001-consultancy Training: https://adlconsulting.co.uk/staff-training https://adlconsulting.teachable.com Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Andy Larkum.
About this episode. Cyber insurance is key to managing data protection risks. In this episode, we take a look at how cyber insurance works, what risks it covers, and how best to buy it. GDPR Now! Is brought to you by This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk. Guest/s Richard Spragg Richard.spragg@rfib.co.uk www.rfib.co.uk Host Mark Sherwood-Edwards info@thisisdpo.co.uk Materials 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study: Global Overview Ponemon Institute www.ibm.com/security/data-breach On breach and planning for breach, see also: https://thisisdpo.co.uk/2019/02/04/preparing-to-deal-with-a-data-breach-the-role-of-the-dpo/ Questions, suggestion for improvement, ideas for issues to be covered in future episodes, or if you would like to appear one of our podcasts, please contact us at info@thisisdpo.co.uk Special Guest: Richard Spragg.
GDPR Now! is brought to you by This is DPO, www,thisisdpo.co.uk. *Cookies and the GDPR– ICO v CNIL. * About this episode: Both the UK’s ICO and France’s CNIL have issued updated guidance on cookies. You would have thought that this is all old stuff, but the ICO’s paper comes hot on its Adtech paper where it stated that the UK industry does not understand the rules around cookies, nor the interrelationship between cookies and the GDPR. In this podcast, we take a look at the eprivacy directive and see to what extent it makes sense and can be reconciled with the GDPR. There are some surprises as it turns out that the CNIL has invented a new legal type of cookie. This podcast is essential listening for anyone who wants to use cookies, whether first party or third party. Host: Mark Sherwood-Edwards of This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk Email: mse@thisisdpo.co.uk Telephone: 07748 761972 Material referred to: Here’s the important paragraph from the ICO’s Guidance on the use of cookies and similar technologies (bottom of page 46): The ICO cannot exclude the possibility of formal action in any area. However, it is unlikely that priority for any formal action would be given to uses of cookies where there is a low level of intrusiveness and low risk of harm to individuals. The ICO will consider whether you can demonstrate that you have done everything you can to clearly inform users about the cookies in question and to provide them with clear details of how to make choices. For example, the ICO is unlikely to prioritise first party cookies used for analytics purposes where these have a low privacy risk, or those that merely support the accessibility of sites and services, for regulatory action. Guidance on the use of cookies and similar technologies, ICO https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/guidance-on-the-use-of-cookies-and-similar-technologies/ Délibération n° 2019-093 du 4 juillet 2019 portant adoption de lignes directrices relatives à l'application de l'article 82 de la loi du 6 janvier 1978 modifiée aux opérations de lecture et écriture dans le terminal d'un utilisateur (notamment aux cookies et autres traceurs), CNIL https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000038778053&dateTexte=&categorieLien=id Opinion 5/2019 on the interplay between the ePrivacy Directive and the GDPR, in particular regarding the competence, tasks and powers of data protection authorities, adopted on 12 March 2019, EDPB. https://edpb.europa.eu/sites/edpb/files/files/file1/201905edpbopinioneprivacydirgdprinterplayen_0.pdf Contact details You can contact the show at info@thisisdpo.co.uk. If you have questions, comments, suggestions for topics, or would like to appear on the show, please contact us on the email above.
GDPR Now! brought to you by This is DPO. www. thisisdpo.co.uk Disproportionate, intrusive and unfair – the ICO report on ad tech and real time bidding – Part 2. This is part 2 of a two-parter. About this episode: In its recent paper, Update report into adtech and real time bidding, the ICO has set out a biting criticism of how real time bidding (RTB) currently operates in the UK. The phrase disproportionate, intrusive and unfair occurs three times, and intrusive on its own is used an additional three times. The paper is not intended as formal guidance, but it gives a clear sense of direction. The ICO also adds that the issues it raises in this paper are not the only concerns it has with programmatic advertising. Although the ICO has stated that it will take another six months to investigate further, it is already clear that the ICO will intervene. The ICO’s paper, and its forthcoming intervention, are likely to have a substantial impact in the programmatic industry in the EU and the US. It is no exaggeration to say that the ICO’s intervention is likely to have a bigger impact on this industry than the GDPR. To give some idea of scale: the worldwide spend of on digital advertising is expected to reach US$98bn in 2020. In Europe, the UK is by far the largest market, followed by Germany and then France (approx. US$15bn, US$8bn, US$4bn, respectively, in 2018). In this episode, three luminaries from digital advertising get together to discuss the ICO’s report and the possible ways forward. Guests: Andy Houston Product Director, Crimtan https://crimtan.com/ ahoustoun@crimtan.com Omar Oakes Global Technology Director, Campaign. https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/ omar.oakes@haymarket.com John Mitchison Director of Policy and Compliance Data & Marketing Association http://www.dma.org.uk john.mitchison@dma.org.uk Host: Mark Sherwood-Edwards of This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk Email: mse@thisisdpo.co.uk Telephone: 07748 761972 Material referred to: Update report into adtech and real time bidding, ICO. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2019/06/blog-ico-adtech-update-report-published-following-industry-engagement/ Crimtan’s ActivID https://crimtan.com/activeid/ Contact details You can contact the show at info@thisisdpo.co.uk. If you have questions, comments, suggestions for topics, or would like to appear on the show, please contact us on the email above. Special Guests: Andy Houston, John Mitchison, and Omar Oakes.
GDPR Now! brought to you by This is DPO. Disproportionate, intrusive and unfair – the ICO report on ad tech and real time bidding (Part 1). This episode is Part 1 of two parts. About this episode: In its recent paper, Update report into adtech and real time bidding, the ICO has set out a biting criticism of how real time bidding (RTB) currently operates in the UK. The phrase disproportionate, intrusive and unfair occurs three times, and intrusive on its own is used an additional three times. The paper is not intended as formal guidance, but it gives a clear sense of direction. The ICO also adds that the issues it raises in this paper are not the only concerns it has with programmatic advertising. Although the ICO has stated that it will take another six months to investigate further, it is already clear that the ICO will intervene. The ICO’s paper, and its forthcoming intervention, are likely to have a substantial impact in the programmatic industry in the EU and the US. It is no exaggeration to say that the ICO’s intervention is likely to have a bigger impact on this industry than the GDPR. To give some idea of scale: the worldwide spend of on digital advertising is expected to reach US$98bn in 2020. In Europe, the UK is by far the largest market, followed by Germany and then France (approx. US$15bn, US$8bn, US$4bn, respectively, in 2018). In this episode, three luminaries from digital advertising get together to discuss the ICO’s report and the possible ways forward. Guests: Andy Houston Product Director, Crimtan https://crimtan.com/ ahoustoun@crimtan.com Omar Oakes Global Technology Director, Campaign. https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/ omar.oakes@haymarket.com John Mitchison Director of Policy and Compliance Data & Marketing Association http://www.dma.org.uk john.mitchison@dma.org.uk Host: Mark Sherwood-Edwards of This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk Email: mse@thisisdpo.co.uk Telephone: 07748 761972 Material referred to: Update report into adtech and real time bidding, ICO. https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2019/06/blog-ico-adtech-update-report-published-following-industry-engagement/ Crimtan’s ActivID https://crimtan.com/activeid/ Contact details You can contact the show at info@thisisdpo.co.uk. If you have questions, comments, suggestions for topics, or would like to appear on the show, please contact us on the email above. Special Guests: Andy Houston, John Mitchison, and Omar Oakes.
GDPR Now! brought to you by This is DPO. Subject access requests, personal data and the case of Rudd v Bridle with Ashley Winton and Laura Scaife. About this episode: Dr Rudd served a subject access request on Mr Bridle, and was not satisfied with the information he received back. Amongst allegations of fraud and conspiracy, the issue went to court. Who was the controller, and did the journalism and regulatory exemptions apply? One of the key issues was – what is personal data? The judge reached a conclusion, but was he right? Guests: Ashley Winton, McDermott, Will & Emery London: +44 20 7577 6939 https://www.mwe.com/people/winton-ashley/ Dr. Laura Scaife, McDermott, Will & Emery London: +44 20 7577 6934 https://www.mwe.com/people/dr-laura-scaife/ http://www.privacypractice.co.uk/ Host: Mark Sherwood-Edwards of This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk Email: mse@thisisdpo.co.uk Telephone: 07748 761972 Material referred to: Rudd v Bridle https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2019/893.html. For a written analysis of the case: https://thisisdpo.co.uk/2019/07/12/durant-rides-again-subject-access-requests-and-personal-data-revisited-in-rudd-v-bridle/ Contact details You can contact the show at info@thisisdpo.co.uk. If you have questions, comments, suggestions for topics, or would like to appear on the show, please contact us on the email above. Special Guests: Ashley Winton and Laura Scaife.
GDPR Now! brought to you by This is DPO. Episode 1 – GDPR One Year On. About this episode: One year on, what’s GDPR looking like inside most companies. Is an ongoing thing, or is privacy a one-off? What’s the most effective form of governance, and what’s the role of DPOs in that mix? Plus lots of related issues. Guest: James Leaton Gray, Director of The Privacy Practice. http://www.privacypractice.co.uk/ Email: jlg@leatongray.com Telephone: +44 7740 818036 Host: Mark Sherwood-Edwards of This Is DPO. www.thisisdpo.co.uk Email: mse@thisisdpo.co.uk Telephone: +44 7748 761972 Material referred to: Tim Berners Lee’s company www.inrupt.com https://www.wired.co.uk/article/inrupt-tim-berners-lee The Furman report The Economic Value of Data: Discussion Paper, HM Treasury, August 2018, and Unlocking Digital Competition: Report of the Digital Competition Expert Panel March 2019. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/unlocking-digital-competition-report-of-the-digital-competition-expert-panel Contact details You can contact the show at info@thisisdpo.co.uk. If you have questions, comments, suggestions for topics, or would like to appear on the show, please contact us on the email above.
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