Cyber Security

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New laws are "urgently required" to allow crime and security agencies to intercept encrypted communications, Mr Justice Charles Meenan has said in a statement. In a report to the Taoiseach, he warned that there is "very serious concern" that current legislation is now "out of date" an

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The law firm used by celebrities including Robert De Niro and Madonna has reportedly been hacked. Hackers claim to have 756 gigabytes of data taken from Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks, including emails and contracts.

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Guidance on working from home securely has been published by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). The coronavirus pandemic has suddenly presented IT personnel and indeed all users with a set of cyber security challenges that, while not unique, are being experienced on a significantly larger s

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A new public consultation is seeking input to a Government strategy to protect individuals, businesses and Ireland's national security from cyber-attacks. Communications Minister Richard Bruton launched the consultation on the new National Cyber Security Strategy this morning.

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The Law Society of Ireland has issued a new practice note encouraging solicitors to draft a data retention policy in the wake of recent cyber breaches and the GDPR. The practice note points out that clients are "now actively concerned with how long their data is held", and solicitors therefore "need

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