GDPR Now!

GDPR Now!

GDPR Now! is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business and Thisisdpo! Our podcast focuses on Data Protection regulations and all issues related to data security and privacy. Our goal is to discuss important topics which help businesses comply with data protection regulations while protecting their business interests in a practical and pragmatic way. Our episodes provide insightful information for business leaders and privacy professionals alike. The hosts are joined by a range of specialists who discuss the latest news, developments and trends within data security and privacy. 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! Come and join us today!

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March 8, 2022 31 min
Online Content - how to protect and secure your digital rights In today's world of content creation, sharing, posting and blogging, it is more important than ever to be able to protect and control your online content. Whether you are a musician, artist, parent, small business or large organisation, your digital content is who you are as an individual, family, group or company. This episode is a fantastic insight into the world...
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In this episode, we talk about the first officially approved certification schemes under Art.42 of UK GDPR by the ICO: the Data Protection and Privacy for ID & Age Assurance Services, and the Age Appropriate Design Certification. Our special guest, Tony Allen CEO of The Age Check Certification Scheme (ACCS) talks about the scope and applicability of the certification schemes and what technology companies need to consider. Tony...
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In this episode, we talk about Making AI Regulation Strategic for businesses and discuss what businesses can do to keep abreast of regulations, compliance solutions and protect their developments in AI. Our special guest is Ayisha Piotti, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of RegHorizons, a business decidated to helping build trust in emerging technologies through promoting policy solutions and by facilitating dialogue be-tween gove...
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In this episode, we continue our discussions about the digital ID solution of decentralised identity, and how more and more organisations are starting to take notice of of this technology as a means to verify the identity of people in a secure, efficient, cost effective and privacy enhancing way. Our special guests, Khalid Maliki and Jimmy Snoek talk about decentralised identity, also known as Self Sovereign Identity (SSI), how i...
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In this episode, we discuss, controversially, why data privacy, including regulations like GDPR, are counterproductive and why we would all be better off without the current notion of data privacy. Our special guest, Ben Malisow, is our 'privacy provocateur' on our show and talks about why he believes we are living an 'illusion of privacy'. Ben has over 30 years experience in information security and education an...
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In this episode, we talk about the future of credential management – Self Sovereign Identity (SSI) also known as decentralised identity. SSI is an efficient, secure and privacy enhancing solution for identity verification. It puts individuals at the centre of the verification process and is the future of identity management. Our special guest, James Monaghan, talks about how Evernym provides solutions in the area of SSI for busin...
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In this episode, we are going to talk about the regulation of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to understand what businesses need to think about from a regulatory perspective. Our special guest, Ben, talks about the global context of regulations around AI and the complexity of the parallel 'race to AI' and 'race to regulation' . In particular we look at the proposed Artificial Intelligence Act from the...
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In today’s episode, we are delving into the hot topic of Digital Vaccine Passports and Certificates. We outline the complex mix of technology, privacy and practical issues in a global context. As we did in Episodes 24 & 25, we look at the significant practical, technical and privacy issues surrounding how nation states and governments want to use technology to prove human beings can travel internationally, cross borders in ...
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The decision by the ECJ on 16th July 2020, to invalidate the EU - US Privacy Shield sent shockwaves across organisations in the EU and US. We are now in January 2021 and there have been some solutions offered by the European Commission. But how workable are they for businesses in practise?? Join me, Karen Heaton and guest Mark Sherwood-Edwards, lawyer, data protection specialist and founder of Clearview Legal to discuss the late...
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In today’s episode, we are delving into the issues we discussed in our previous episode #24 on the NHS Track and Trace app and considering in more detail the legal, privacy and practicality barriers to many track and trace apps in Europe. We discuss the take up of Track and Trace apps in the EU and find it is mostly 30% of the population and lower. Data privacy when using apps has been protected due to EU GDPR, however, other bas...
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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 our discussion we first talk about the NHS Track and Trace app and ask "how did we get here?" with app #2 being released five months after app #1. We then explore whether track and trace apps ar...
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Today we depart from the corornavirus related stories to bring you an update on the landmark ruling from the European Court of Justice on the EU - US Privacy Shield. The decision by the ECJ on 16th July 2020, to invalidate the EU - US Privacy Shield has sent shockwaves across organisations in the EU and US. We are joined by fellow host, Mark Sherwood-Edwards, lawyer, data protection specialist and founder of ThisisDPO. Mark ha...
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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 delighted to have Andrew Alston, founding director at Breach Aware and Business intelligence Theoroms. Andrew talks to us about Breach Aware which is a data breach monitoring and r...
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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...
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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 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 u...
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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...
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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 1...
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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 cor...
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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 profi...
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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 ...
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