Transatlantic transfers of personal data and the new EU general data protection regulation (GDPR) will be among the main topics of discussion at a nat(...)

Khaya Khumalo: “ I’m doing web development at the moment, but my manager is planning on upskilling me”

Khaya Khumalo (23) from Celbridge, Co Kildare has always been interested in computers “as a hobby”, but decided to take it up as a career a few years(...)

Young drivers need to know what the deal really is when they install devices to track their driving in return for cheaper policies, the Data Protection Commissioner said.

Insurance companies offering discounts to young drivers who install special tracking devices in their cars to monitor their driving behaviour will fac(...)

 Shannen Doran, Catholic Guides, of Ireland(CGI), Emma Ormonde (CGI), Aaron O’Callaghan, Scouting Ireland, Sarah Kennedy, CGI and Kayleigh Gallagher, Scouting Ireland at the launch of Tech Week. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

Up to 80,000 students across the country are expected to take part in a week-long festival promoting science, technology, engineering and maths career(...)

Data privacy activist Max Schrems told the National Data Protection Conference that data protection will move away from regulators and become a civil legal matter as it is the ‘only way to get results’. File photograph: Collins

Privacy complaints may move away from data protection regulators in favour of people taking civil legal actions because that is the “only way to get r(...)