GDPR


Two years on from GDPR: Has it driven growth in cyber security insurance?

Why GDPR isn't the only reason behind the growth in cyber security insurance packages being purchased by businesses. Read More

WATCH: Top 5 video surveillance trends for 2020

Hanwha Techwin, a supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, listed its top five key trend predictions for the security industry in 2020, which includes AI end-to-end security solutions, cyber security, cloud-based data insights, privacy protection and vertical specialised solutions. Read More

GDPR breaches rife among CCTV deployments, investigation finds

In one instance a court case was dismissed due to lack of evidence after it emerged that two systems on which an intruder was filmed were set to times 17 seconds apart. Read More

Facial Recognition and GDPR: Behind the scenes at IFSEC International

An event on IFSEC International’s scale requires an enormous amount of preparation and organisation. With over 27,000 security professionals in […] Read More

GDPR and video surveillance: How to de-identify data subjects

Uri Guterman, head of product & marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe, explains how you can comply, or help your end-user clients comply, with right-to-access requests by ‘de-identifying’ recorded video. Read More

Axxon Next 4.2.1 enhances facial recognition, forensic search plus security and privacy settings

AxxonSoft has updated the Axxon Next VMS with myriad new features and configuration options around video analytics, archive search, privacy masking and more. Read More

Anti-AI activists and the death of the password: 5 cybersecurity trends for 2019

Dr Adrian Nish, head of threat intelligence at BAE Systems, offers five predictions on how the cyber threat landscape will evolve in 2019. Read More

“GDPR simply aligned with our principles”: Genetec’s Paul Dodds on securing and exploiting big data

We spoke to Paul Dodds, Genetec’s country manager for UK & Ireland, about the company’s latest innovations and its efforts to better secure and exploit the vast and growing quantities of data being produced by organisations in a wide range of sectors. Read More

Hanwha Techwin Europe MD reflects on GDPR, cybersecurity and 40% sales growth

In this interview, we asked Bob (HY) Hwang PhD, to provide an update on the steps the company is taking to ensure it continues to succeed in a highly competitive market - but first we asked Bob if the ‘WE MOVE with trust’ campaign has helped sales. Read More

How to keep your organisation GDPR-compliant

Compliance is not a one-time exercise, writes Dakota Murphey, and if you want to stay within the law your company needs to constantly reassess its security procedures and practices. Read More

WATCH: Advent IM’s Mike Gillespie talks GDPR, his Tony Porter collaboration and raising security standards

Mike Gillespie talks about what to expect from his presentation, the issues the industry is facing and how important it is that everyone in the supply chain - manufacturers, installers and end users - adopts new standards to increase security. Read More

Digital-based companies – here’s your cybersecurity and GDPR checklist

Are you taking the right steps for your businesses online safety and compliance? Writing on behalf of PwC, Chris Smith of Equator offers some advice. Read More

GDPR, data security and the education sector

Peter Houlis of 2020Vision Systems considers the implications of the GDPR, coming into force from 25 May, for the education sector, in relation to storing, managing and deleting personal data and issues around CCTV surveillance. Read More

Hikvision Insight events to focus on GDPR and cybersecurity

Following on previous Hikvision Insight events, held in October 2017, the video surveillance giant is organising a second series of events taking place across the UK and Ireland in March 2018. Read More

GDPR and physical security tech: convergence, compliance and vetting the supply chain

With the GDPR coming in to force from 25 May, Genetec gathered a panel of experts to offer advice on how to comply with the new, tougher regime. Here’s what we learned – plus a talk on hacking the Wiegand interface. Read More

Data-driven surveillance and the privacy-security balance: ‘Question Time’ insights from Tony Porter, Lord Paddick and more

The “Orwellian” deployment of video surveillance systems in Abu Dhabi was among the topics discussed by a panel including Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter and Lord Brian Paddick on Wednesday. Read More



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