Data Security Breach

Posted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 20 December 2013
Deirdre Kilroy
Matheson

The number of news stories about data security breaches highlights the fact that there are issues for everyone around data security, processing and outsourcing of data, including employers.  

The scale of the recent Loyaltybuild data security breach, which received a lot of media attention, must give Irish businesses worldwide pause for thought regarding data security.

In the middle of November 2013 news broke of a major security breach at Loyaltybuild. Loyaltybuild provides services to a large range of companies in relation to their marketing promotions and campaigns. It held credit card

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Deirdre Kilroy
Matheson

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