Sila and Ponemon Institute Study Finds Rampant Lapses in Securing Access to Sensitive Information

Joint Research Finds Major Challenges Monitoring and Managing Privileged User Access and Activities, with 70 Percent of Respondents Indicating Users Likely to Access Sensitive or Confidential Data Without a Business Need

Digital Europe: Time to rethink ePrivacy

The draft ePrivacy Regulation was proposed in January 2017 and remains on the agenda for two and a half yearss. Progress on the file has, however, been limited and too many important questions remain unaddressed...

Dutch health privacy legislation ‘unworkable and unsafe’, minister told

Health minister Bruno Bruins is postponing new healthcare privacy legislation on the grounds that it is too complex and could endanger life, the Financieele Dagblad reports.  Read more at DutchNews.nl:

 

Health minister Bruno Bruins is postponing new healthcare privacy legislation on the grounds that it is too complex and could endanger life, the Financieele Dagblad reports.

Read more at DutchNews.nl:

 

U.S., Australia to bolster police ties as they cooperate on 2016 election probe

The United States and Australia said on Monday they would work to bolster law-enforcement ties as the two countries are separately cooperating on a politically charged probe examining whether U.S. officials overstepped when they investigated Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

CEOs reject watering down Commission’s antitrust powers

A group of European multinational chiefs proposed a modernization of the EU’s competition rules at the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT), but rejected France and Germany’s proposal to interfere with the European Commission’s exclusive powers.