Publish By: VulnOS Team February 27 2019

If you were asked to choose between an orange and an apple, which would you go for? The above seems like a simple question, but subtle information about you are now being used to profile you in ways you could never have imagined. In fact, such questions might be what stands between you and access to a certain product/ service in the future. You wouldn’t even know such information had…

Publish By: VulnOS Team January 10 2019

As per one survey, their only 30% of businesses are responding to their customers requests regarding their personal data within the timeframe of GDPR. What is GDPR? GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation came into effect in May of the year 2018. It comes to modernize previous data protection law from the 1990s, The main purpose of GDPR is to protect customers information as technology is changing rapidly. Although GDPR…

Publish By: VulnOS Team January 3 2019

Are you thinking that GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation does not apply to your businesses when you are not offering goods and services to EU consumers or process data from EU- European Union? If you’re thinking about it then think again, As there is more to GDPR than cybersecurity. Using physical security yo protect your clients is very important for every online business. Why Physical Measures are Important to…

Publish By: VulnOS Team January 2 2019

According to the report from IT Governance, Six months after the May- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline for EU based organization only 29% have fully implemented it. This regulation GDPR came into effect from May 25, 2018, with the aim to handle data from EU residents. As per the EU law, if an organization fails in implementing the GDPR the organization have to pay the maximum penalty of 4%…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 20 2018

GDPR enforcement data: 25th of May 2018 The EU data protection reform was adopted by the EU parliament and the EU Council on April 27th in 2016. And this European Data Protection Regulation is applicable as of 25th of may 2018 by replacing the Data Protection Directive. GDPR Penalties and Fines Organizations by not following the rules in non-compliance risk heavy fines of up to  €20 million, or 4% of…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 19 2018

What is GDPR? From May 25, 2018, this new European privacy regulation came into effect. Basically, the GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation, which implemented in all local privacy laws in the EU- European Union and EEA- European Economic Area region. This regulation is for all the companies selling and storing the personal information of the citizens in Europe. The GDPR itself is a vast topic, it contains…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 17 2018

What Is the General Data Protection Regulation? The GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation a new European privacy regulation come into effect on 25 of May. It is an EU wide regulation to control how the companies handle the personal data. This regulation applies to all software development companies that are into online selling and store personal information of European people all across the world. To give the people control…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 17 2018

Six months ago in May, businesses in Europe were way busy in preparing the deadline for GDPR- General Data Protection Regulation. Now that half-year has passed since GDPR in action, this regulation has affected businesses in the EU and all across the world. As per one survey, 70% of surveyed businesses worldwide failed to address requests made from individuals who are seeking to obtain their personal data as per GDPR.…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 14 2018

The GDPR- General Data Protection Regulation is an EU- European Union regulation that represents initiative on data protection in 20 years. The main purpose of GDPR is to protect persons personal details, an individual will find themselves with more power and demand companies to reveal or delete the collected personal data. Cookies are mentioned once in the 88 pages of regulation. In other words- When you see cookies identifying an…

Publish By: VulnOS Team December 13 2018

After hitting the six-month, GDPR and all indications shows that the companies are taking the data protection and privacy regulation seriously. 74% of the business in the US, UK and in the EU expected to be compliant by the end of 2018 and expected 93% by the end of 2019. Also, many companies are thinking that GDPR applies mainly to customer data, but it also applies to their own employee's…