Record fines for company, senior staff and private investigators involved in illegal trade in personal information
Published on: 5th January 2018
By PYXI GDPR Team
A firm of loss adjusters has been fined £50,000 for unlawfully disclosing personal data which had been obtained illegally by senior employees and rogue private investigators.
A director and a senior member of staff at Kent-based Woodgate and Clark Ltd have also been sentenced to record financial penalties, along with the private investigators involved.
Read more about this story here.
PYXI GDPR Team: 5th Jan 2018 14:22:00
Subscribe to our
Weekly GDPR Newsletter.
It's full of really useful updates
for UK small businesses.
ICO Q2 Data Security Incident Trends
The ICO's figures for Q2 show that the most frequently reported data security incident relates to disclosure of data. The ICO's website has published information about Q2 2018-19's data security incidents by type and sector, and the single mo... click to read more