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Cyber security – weathering the cyber storms

With AI helping to exacerbate cyber threats, legislators in the EU and UK are acting to stem the tide.  Significant legislation is either newly in place or on the horizon, and complying with new obligations while preparing for or handling cyber incidents is becoming increasingly challenging.  In this edition, we look at the impact of AI on the cyber threat landscape and how to mange risks.  We also look at relevant legislative developments (including relating to the UK's PSTIA and the EU's AI Act, revised PLD, DORA and NIS2 implementation).  We're nothing if not a full service law firm so we cover how to prepare for and weather the emotional fallout of a cyber attack – it's all part of the service.

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Withstanding the cyber storm – the vital importance of emotional and institutional resilience for victims of cyber crime

Jo Joyce provides legal and emotional counsel to those who've suffered or may suffer a cyber attack.

2024年4月18日

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IoT and new EU cyber security obligations and liabilities

Martijn Loth and Dominique Lensink look at incoming EU cyber security rules for connected devices.

2024年4月18日

作者 Martijn Loth 以及 Dominique Lensink

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How will the EU's DORA impact UK businesses?

Nicholas Crossland and Charlotte Witherington look at what the EU's Digital Operational Resilience Act means for UK businesses and at similar UK initiatives.

2024年4月18日

作者 Charlotte Witherington

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AI – the threats it poses to reputation, privacy and cyber security, and some practical solutions to combating those threats

Disclaimer: This article was written with the help of AI but also by Michael Yates, Andi Terziu and Alisha Persaud.

2024年4月18日

作者 Michael Yates 以及 Andi Terziu

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New rules for security of connected products in the UK and EU

Prachi Vasisht and Debbie Heywood compare the UK's Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Act with the EU's draft Cyber Resilience Act.

2024年4月18日

作者 Prachi Vasisht 以及 Debbie Heywood

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Age verification and age assurance – data protection and online safety

Megan Lukins looks at recently updated ICO guidance on data protection compliance when using age verification to protect children from harmful online content, particularly in the context of the UK's Online Safety Act.

2024年2月8日

作者 Megan Lukins

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Inheriting the future – children, AI and data

Victoria Hordern looks at the impact of AI on children, and at the role of AI and data protection legislation in protecting them from potential AI-related harms.

2024年2月8日

作者 Victoria Hordern

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The UK and EU approach to regulating AI in FRTs

Matt Quezada looks at the distinctions between the approaches of the EU and UK to regulating AI in facial recognition technologies.

2023年11月13日

作者 Matt Quezada

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UK ICO's draft guidance on biometric data

Debbie Heywood looks at the first half of the ICO's draft guidance on biometric data and technologies.

2023年11月13日

作者 Debbie Heywood

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