Privacy Advisor

Report data breaches or face tougher sanctions

03.01.2010
David Smith, deputy commissioner and director of data protection at the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), has said that organisations reporting their data security breaches may find themselves subject to regulatory action, but “…those that try to cover up breaches which we subsequently become aware of are likely to face tougher regulatory sanctions.”

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