The Ultimate Gdpr Practitioner Guide

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Ultimate Gdpr Practitioner Guide 2nd Edition

Author : Stephen R. Massey
ISBN : 1999827236
Genre : Computers
File Size : 60.98 MB
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The Ultimate GDPR Practitioner Guide (2nd Edition) provides those tasked with implementing Data Protection processes, useful information and supporting case law to aid in achieving compliance with GDPR. The second edition is crammed with new and updated advice, guidance and templates and also includes a copy of the full regulation text and the supporting recitals.
Category: Computers

Information Rights

Author : Philip Coppel QC
ISBN : 9781509922475
Genre : Law
File Size : 86.41 MB
Format : PDF
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Retaining the position it has held since first publication, the fifth edition of this leading practitioner text on information law has been thoroughly re-worked to provide comprehensive coverage of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR. Information Rights has been cited by the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and others, and is used by practitioners, judges and all those who practise in the field. The new edition maintains its style of succinct statements of principle, supported by case law, legislative provisions and statutory guidance. Reflecting its enlarged scope and to maintain easy referencing, the work has been arranged into two volumes. The first volume is a 1,250-page commentary, divided into six parts. The first part is an overview and introduction to overarching principles. The second part provides an authoritative treatment of the data protection regime. This covers all four forms of processing (general, applied, law enforcement and security services) under the GDPR and DPA 2018. Each obligation and each right is comprehensively treated, with reference to all known case-law, both domestic and EU, including those dealing with analogous provisions in the previous data protection regime. The third part provides a detailed treatment of the environmental information regime. This recognises the treaty provenance of the regime and its distinct requirements. The fourth part continues to provide the most thorough analysis available of the Freedom of Information Act and its Scottish counterpart. As with earlier editions, every tribunal and court decision has been reviewed and, where required, referenced. The fifth part considers other sources of information rights, including common law rights, local government rights and subject-specific statutory information access regimes (eg health records, court records, audit information etc). The final part deals with practice and procedure, examining appeal and regulatory processes, criminal sanctions and so forth. The second volume comprises extensive annotated statutory material, including the DPA 2018, the GDPR, FOIA, subordinate legislation, international conventions and statutory guidance. The law is stated as at 1st February 2020.
Category: Law

Blockchain Ecosystem Driving Mass Adoption

Author : Nicola Attico
ISBN : 9788868963439
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 89.3 MB
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Beyond Bitcoin and the world of cryptocurrencies, blockchain is an extraordinary technology that is revealing a surprising transformative power impacting all the industries. Blockchain requires a paradigm shift toward disintermediation and antifragility, which is today even more necessary for business and society. In this book, the reader will find a representation of the entire blockchain ecosystem from a pragmatic point of view that encompasses actual cases of organizations, companies, and communities that are already working hard to realize it. To understand an ecosystem so mutable and fragmented and not get lost in its complexity, it is essential to focus on the most crucial factor: the impact that these technologies can have on our lives in all the world. A new financial platform, a new way of distributing goods, a new approach to social media, a new market for fine art, a new kinds of governance (yes, also political) are some of the domains impacted by the blockchain that the book analyzes. This revolution is not happening only in Silicon Valley but in multiple hubs around the world, including New York, Zug, Shangai, London, Hong Kong, Dubai, Singapore, Tallin, and more. Moreover, the Author covers the impact of blockchain on the world of work both for traditional companies that seek to incorporate the new technology in their business model and for native blockchain organizations and communities, which are driving the technology towards mass adoption.
Category: Business & Economics

Cybercrime Investigators Handbook

Author : Graeme Edwards
ISBN : 9781119596301
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 45.49 MB
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The investigator’s practical guide for cybercrime evidence identification and collection Cyber attacks perpetrated against businesses, governments, organizations, and individuals have been occurring for decades. Many attacks are discovered only after the data has been exploited or sold on the criminal markets. Cyber attacks damage both the finances and reputations of businesses and cause damage to the ultimate victims of the crime. From the perspective of the criminal, the current state of inconsistent security policies and lax investigative procedures is a profitable and low-risk opportunity for cyber attacks. They can cause immense harm to individuals or businesses online and make large sums of money—safe in the knowledge that the victim will rarely report the matter to the police. For those tasked with probing such crimes in the field, information on investigative methodology is scarce. The Cybercrime Investigators Handbook is an innovative guide that approaches cybercrime investigation from the field-practitioner’s perspective. While there are high-quality manuals for conducting digital examinations on a device or network that has been hacked, the Cybercrime Investigators Handbook is the first guide on how to commence an investigation from the location the offence occurred—the scene of the cybercrime—and collect the evidence necessary to locate and prosecute the offender. This valuable contribution to the field teaches readers to locate, lawfully seize, preserve, examine, interpret, and manage the technical evidence that is vital for effective cybercrime investigation. Fills the need for a field manual for front-line cybercrime investigators Provides practical guidance with clear, easy-to-understand language Approaches cybercrime form the perspective of the field practitioner Helps companies comply with new GDPR guidelines Offers expert advice from a law enforcement professional who specializes in cybercrime investigation and IT security Cybercrime Investigators Handbook is much-needed resource for law enforcement and cybercrime investigators, CFOs, IT auditors, fraud investigators, and other practitioners in related areas.
Category: Business & Economics