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Published 29 abril 2022
Welcome to the April edition of our Data And Cyber Bulletin.
We are delighted to share this month’s Data and Cyber Bulletin with you, with content covering the recent DPC fine against the Bank of Ireland, amendments to the Security of Network and Information Systems Regulations, and the Swedish DPA’s fine against Klarna.
We also provide insight into recent activity in the world of cookies, along with cyber risk in the renewable energy sector.
Finally, we discuss the EDPB announcement on the new EU-US privacy framework and provide a review of the recent DCMS cyber security breach survey.
We hope you enjoy this month’s newsletter. Please do contact the authors of this month’s newsletter content if you have any questions.
DACB’s Dublin office analyses the recent DPC fine against the Bank of Ireland, highlighting key points taken into consideration by the regulator.
With increasing attention being paid to cyber risk in the context of critical national infrastructure given the current geo-political situation, we explain key points arising out of the passing of the Network and Information Systems (EU Exit) (Amendment) Regulations, which came into force earlier this year.
We explain the failures which led to Klarna being fined SEK 7,500,000 by the Swedish DPA, which serves as a salutary reminder of the importance of complying with transparency requirements under the GDPR.
We highlight the important intersection between the worlds of renewable energy and cyber risk, in this interesting exploration of recent developments.
Our information law specialists provide their analysis of the recent EDPB announcement in respect of the new EU-US privacy framework.
We compare the recently published DCMS annual cyber security breaches survey with the ICO’s own incident data, and set out key areas where they diverge.
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