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Blue Sky Stinking Episode 5

BSS5 – Knowing Me, Knowing You

It’s easy to be relaxed about privacy in business dealings in this supposedly transparent and open world. Should Jakob and Zelda be worried about Zelda’s dad knowing the inner workings of Sydeline? How important is confidentiality in business?

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Our GDPR Journey #13 – Technical Measures

The GDPR is vague on which technical measures are needed. In this video we try to give some guidance on how to approach implementing technical security and some straightforward ideas which we hope will be of use to those who might be less technical. As part of all Gydeline subscriptions

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Sherbot Holmes and the Game of Security

Not many people will know this about me (Dr Botson being the exception), but I occasionally like to dabble in the odd computer game – those escape room ones are a particular favourite! I was concerned to hear that some of my personal details might have been exposed by a

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Technical Measures

Context: In some cases the GDPR refers to explicit technical measures that need to be implemented such as data encryption and psuedonymisation. In other instances the regulation is vague on what constitutes appropriate security. Therefore there is no definitive list of exactly which technical measures need to be implemented. The

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Appropriate Security

Context: One of the key ways that personal data can be protected and which is outlined within the GDPR is security measures. What the GDPR is not clear on is which specific measures should be implemented.

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