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Use of the PSC Card and Privacy Notices

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 27/08/2019 Business Legal has recently published their August Newsletter on all data protection matters. This edition focuses on the use of the Public Services Card (PSC); Privacy Notices/Policies; verifying the identity of an individual requesting access to their data or that data be deleted; a GDPR fine in...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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The use of CCTV and the Principle of Transparency

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 25/07/2019 The use of CCTV and the principle of Transparency The French Data Protection Authority CNIL has fined a company €20,000 for constant video footage of employees. A reminder of the rules of transparency: Those affected (employees and visitors) must be informed, using a sign visible in the premises un...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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Data Protection and GDPR in Ireland: Your FAQs Answered

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 02/05/2019 The following is an edited transcript from a recent Webinar held on the 2nd May 2019 in Dublin. Scott: Hey, good morning, everybody. This is Scott Alexander from Legal Island. I am here with David Fagan, who is a solicitor and commercial lawyer and Director of Business Legal. We're live from BEO So...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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Cloud Technology: Is my Data Secure?

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 07/02/2018 This month’s data protection video, brought to us by David Fagan, Head of Business Legal, commercial lawyer and data protection expert, focuses on cloud technology. David outlines the issues that arise with cloud technology, identifying frequent challenges such as the storage and security of data. ...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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The Dangers of Transferring Data Outside of Ireland

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 07/12/2017 David Fagan of Business Legal provides guidance on transferring personal data outside Ireland. David states a transfer between European Union jurisdictions is relatively painless and straightforward, yet warns a transfer to other jurisdictions is a little more tricky. He states it is advisable to r...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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Is it permissible to track, monitor or have surveillance on your employees?

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 31/10/2017 David Fagan of Business Legal provides guidance on employee monitoring, citing an interesting case where the issue of monitoring came to the fore, highlighting the need for a legitimate reason as to why it is necessary and the issue of consent. David refers to Article 8 of the European Convention o...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act
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How to Deal with a Data Security Breach

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 04/10/2017 David Fagan of Business Legal explains how to deal with a data security breach. He explains what a data security breach is; how to recover the situation effectively; when you are required to notify data subjects, and consequently, when you are required to report a data breach to the Data Protection...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act Policies and Procedures
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Personal devices in the workplace: Should we increase IT security?

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 07/09/2017 David Fagan of Business Legal examines the recent trend to allow employees to use their own devices at work. This means the device is connected remotely to the company systems, normally email and file services. David discusses the risks and obligations involved when dealing with non-business device...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act Policies and Procedures
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TUPE and Outsourcing

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 02/08/2017 David Fagan of Business Legal explains where the Transfer of Undertakings idea originates, the problems and risks associated with outsourcing arrangements and whether the TUPE regulations will apply. David explains how the regulations in Ireland are not as strict as their UK counterparts, how this ...
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Transfer Regulations (TUPE) Transfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
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Things to Check in a Data Privacy Project

Posted in: Business Legal on Data Security on 05/07/2017 In his latest video article on Data Privacy, David Fagan of Business Legal points out areas of concern for data processors when embarking on a data privacy project. David looks at issues such as managing the outsourcing of personal data, dealing with the requirement to re-use or re-purpose data, an...
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Data Protection and Freedom of Information Act