In a recent ruling, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has spoken for the first time on the interpretation of 32 of the GDPR and the obligation to take adequate privacy security measures in the context of a data breach.
We trace the regulatory evolution of cybersecurity in Europe, from the first NIS Directive to the most recent legislative proposals on the subject as part of our series of articles named CyberEurope.
ESAs have launched a consultation on the first regulatory and implementation technical standards related to the DORA Regulation.
The Italian Privacy Authority has approved the Code of Conduct for Telemarketing, which imposes significant responsibilities on contact list management and call center monitoring.
The process to comply with the DORA Regulation on cybersecurity requires several activities, which we analyze in this infographic.
The DORA Regulation is a turning point for cybersecurity for companies operating in the financial services sector.
Operational as of today, July 27, 2022, is the new Public Register of Oppositions (RPO) in Italy, which regulates opt-out to telemarketing extending to mobile numbers and introducing new rules also for paper mail.