GDPR: Approaches for Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Sensitive Personal Information (SPI)

Many companies are currently in different stages of projects to comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ahead of the May 2018 enforcement deadline. Many vendors and service providers speak generally about GDPR and often, in my view, over simplify solutions to issues that are raised. Rather than try to address the whole of the regulation, I want to speak specifically about a practical issue that most…

Chinese Data Privacy Regulations

Disclaimer: Neither InteliSecure nor the author of this post is purporting to offer legal advice in this blog. The author is not an attorney nor is InteliSecure a law firm, nor is either party making a representation on behalf of a law firm. Nothing in this blog should be construed as legal advice and should not be relied on as such. Introduction to Chinese Data Privacy The European Union’s General…

Understanding GDPR

Disclaimer: Neither InteliSecure nor the author of this post is purporting to offer legal advice in this blog. The author is not an attorney nor is InteliSecure a law firm, nor is either party making a representation on behalf of a law firm. Nothing in this blog should be construed as legal advice and should not be relied on as such. There are still many questions organizations around the world…

Knowing your data rights on the Web – and protecting those rights

Wednesday 12th March was the 25th anniversary of what we now know as the World Wide Web – a date that Tim Berners-Lee, the `inventor’ of the web used to call for an Internet Bill of Rights to be drawn up.  His call follows in the wake of the revelations of Government online surveillance from the past year, and also from the continued growth of online criminal activity. Berners-Lee called…