A recent Central Bank survey found that 40 per cent of regulated firms were already using cloud service providers.

Irish banks looking to avail of the advantages presented by cloud computing also have to be aware of the risks, according to Andreas Carney, technolog(...)

Schools throughout the State will be invited to take part in the consultation on children’s data protection rights. Photograph: iStockphoto

Schools throughout the State are to be given the opportunity to take part in a public consultation on children’s data protection rights. The consult(...)

The Government has opened a three-month public consultation on what it says would be the most significant reform of the electoral registration process in 100 years: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times.

The Government has opened a three-month public consultation on what it says would be the most significant reform of the electoral registration proces(...)

INM’s chief executive, Michael Doorly, promised staff it will revive an “editorial systems committee” as it looks to allay concerns over the security of the emails and other data of journalists.

Independent News & Media (INM) told its staff on Tuesday it will request internal and external investigators to look into allegations that the com(...)

The Data Protection Commission has issued guidance on the use of dash cams.

So your motor insurer is offering you a discount on your policy if you’ll install a dash cam in your vehicle. This is great, right? Well, apart from (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe pictured at Government Buildings in advance of delivering Budget 2019. The ESRI has concluded that the budget will reduce incomes on average next year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Budget 2019 was supposed to put money in our pockets but an analysis by the ESRI of the various tax and benefit measures announced in October show tha(...)

The Data Protection Commission says motorists using dash cams have responsibilities as data controllers. Photograph: iStockPhoto

Motorists installing dash cams in their cars to avail of discounts from their insurance companies should be aware of the legal responsibilities they a(...)

Over three million photographs are held in the department’s facial matching database for the public services card

The Data Protection Commission has said it is investigating “potential breaches” of the General Data Protection Regulation by a Government department,(...)

Data Protection Commission says it has not called for any ‘pause’ on community CCTV.

Data protection legislation, including EU law, is not standing in the way of community CCTV schemes authorised by the Garda Commissioner, the Data Pro(...)

A breakdown of turnover reveals $939.9 million in revenues derived from the Republic

The Irish arm of LinkedIn reported a 20 per cent rise in revenues last year and returned to the black, helped by the the disposal of intellectual prop(...)

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