Data And Cyber Bulletin - July 2021

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Data And Cyber Bulletin - July 2021

Published 27 julio 2021

Welcome to the July edition of our Data And Cyber Bulletin.

This month our newsletter contains articles covering REvil’s apparent disappearance, the use of injunctions against persons unknown following cyber incidents, the recent 2.7% fine against Mermaids and a sector focus on transport following a recent spate of attacks on that industry.

We are delighted to share guest content from DACB’s Madrid office and, as usual, to provide a summary of the key fines and penalties which have been issued this month (see the tracker here).

Have REvil run to the hills?

We consider the recent disappearance of threat actor group, REvil and the potential fall-out for their victims.

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Chambers Squares Up to Persons Unknown

We discuss the value of injunctions against persons unknown following 4 New Square’s recent successful application for the same, after suffering a cyber-attack.

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£25,000 ICO fine is no drop in the ocean for Mermaids

Following a recent ICO fine against Mermaids charity, we discuss the key takeaways from the monetary penalty notice and the basis upon which a 2.8% of global turnover fine was given.

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Sector Focus: Public Transport

We discuss the fall-out from cyber-attacks on the public transport sector given the recent incidents concerning Iran’s state railway system, NY’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, Nottingham City Transport and Northern Rail.

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Guest Article: Spanish DPA’s New Standard with Record Fines

DAC Beachcroft’s cyber team in Madrid considers why the AEPD is imposing record fines and provides helpful trend-spotting advice.

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We hope you enjoy this month’s newsletter.

DAC Beachcroft’s Cyber Team

Authors

Patrick Hill

Patrick Hill

London - Walbrook

+44 (0)20 7894 6930

Hans Allnutt

Hans Allnutt

London - Walbrook

+44 (0) 20 7894 6925

Eleanor Ludlam

Eleanor Ludlam

London - Walbrook

+44 (0)20 7894 6098

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