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ICO 2018 report warns on the increase of cybercrimes

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office has released a new report which indicates that cyber incidents rose of 17% on the first trimester of 2018 with respect to the same period of 2017. The report documents that human error remains the main cause of threat, for instance in cases of emails sent or documents faxed to the wrong recipient.

The ICO 2018 report is available here
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Google fears the possible effects of CCI fines

The Indian Antitrust Authority (CCI) has fined Google with million for abuse of its position when preventing its partners from using different search engines. Reuters reports that the tech giant fears irreparable damages as a result of such decision.

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Few companies believe they are fully compliant with the GDPR

According to the last IBM report only 36% of the leaders of large companies trust that they will be GDPR compliant by the 25th of May 2018. The report shows that most of the enterprises started to implement the EU Regulation too late and that they will not satisfy all mandatory requirements on time. At the same time, many companies intend to use the occasion of the entry into force of the Regulations to boost their data privacy and security systems.

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Airports to be prepared against cyber threats

A PA Consulting Group's research outlines how the growing request for "smart" airports, with fast internet and digital procedures, determines a crescent risk of cyberattacks against these structures. This study sheds some light on the tight relation between the expansion of IoT and the exposureto cyber threats.

The PA Consulting Group research is available here
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EU Commission pushes for EU digital single market

The European Commission has proposed a series of actions to be taken by the Member States to launch a digital single market by the end of the year. According to the Commission, free data and digital economy are crucial for EU growth and EU Member States are called to take action in this regard.

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