GDPR

Internally generated GDPR module: to capitalize or not to capitalize?

Did you know that IAS 38 Intangible Assets is almost half a century old? In fact, the first exposure draft dates all the way back to 1977. So, if you think that the first portable computer was only produced in 1981, you can get an idea of just how old it is and how different technology was at that time. In the Digital Era where intangible assets are a company […]
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Privacy, please: 5 things we learned from the CNPD 2019 Activity Report

Privacy and the protection of sensitive data remain a hot topic and a top priority for organizations across the globe. In a year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic and the invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield, privacy concerns and challenges for businesses are at an all time high. The CNPD (National Commission for Data Protection) has recently published its 201 […]

GDPR and data privacy in 2020 – Staying on the ball

More than three years on from publication of the official GDPR text, we might have expected what was once the hottest topic in town to have simmered down somewhat. But au contraire…Here we are in 2020 and the subject of data protection has never been more relevant. 2019 was all about GDPR compliance projects, seeking clarification concerning the various cha […]

A new decade, what next for cybersecurity?

David Ferbrache, Global Head of Cyber Futures, KPMG in the UK offers 10 cybersecurity predictions for the year ahead Our world is changing, and with it, the cybersecurity challenges that we all face in securing that world. The coming of a new year is, of course, just another day in the calendar, but it’s also a chance to take stock and wonder just what the […]
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Time to look beyond GDPR compliance in your privacy journey

In its 2018 annual report, the CNPD (National Commission for Data Protection) outlines its activities following the entry into force of GDPR in May of the same year. Join us as we take a closer look at some of the key findings impacting every organization’s privacy journey. Individuals’ rights: the number of complaints has more than doubled In 2018, the […]
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Regulators have a message for your AI strategy

With two recent publications, regulatory bodies on both Luxembourg and EU levels give AI developers and AI users ample material to digest—and act upon. In December 2018, two papers about AI were published. One, by the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, is a draft of ethical guidelines for trustworthy AI. By February […]
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