More than half of all Uber riders and drivers in the UK were impacted by the ride-sharing company's data breach that was revealed last week.
If GDPR had been in effect during the latest Uber hack, the ride-sharing company would have faced stiffed consequences - or more promptly revealed the attack that compromised data of 57 million customers and drivers.
Itay Glick runs through some of the protections and their effectiveness against becoming not just the victim of a data breach, but also an early casualty of swinging GDPR fines.
Implementation of GDPR could potentially spell the end of almost one in five European businesses says Petter Nordwall, particularly if regulators come out swinging and impose maximum fines for data breaches.
Report urges banks to focus on breach response readiness to mitigate GDPR risk as predicted number and levels of fines are exceedingly highs.
Adobe will be paying $12 million to 15 states to settle a breach claim.
Due to its poor data security, which led to the theft of the personal data of over 150,000 customers last year, TalkTalk has been fined £400,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).
The ICO has levied a £180,000 fine against a London HIV clinic for accidentally divulging the names and email addresses of 780 patients.
Hacktivist thwarted in plan to reveal names of clients at BPAS following data breach.
The Department of Justice of Northern Ireland has been hit with a £185,000 fine from the ICO after leaking the physical personal information relating to victims of a terrorist incident.