As a united front, ASEAN member countries must discuss cross-border compliance issues and provide realistic solutions that are workable for all
Bad actors are lurking and waiting for you to let your guard down. That is why it is best to follow these security procedures to prevent any cybersecurity meltdown in your organisation.
Employees are the weakest link to an organisation’s cybersecurity. With email phishing being rampant nowadays, here are phishing email examples for training your employees.
There are now stricter guidelines for handling NRIC in Singapore. Now, organisations cannot collect, use, and disclose personal data unless it is for the requirement under the law or to establish or verify the identities of individuals with a high degree of fidelity.
Conducting a DPIA ensures that the policies and procedures to be implemented comply with the obligations stated in the PDPA. With this, organisations in Singapore should see to it that whenever there are changes in the policies implemented or changes in general to the functions and services of the organisation, a DPIA must be first conducted to ensure that any possible loopholes or vulnerabilities are covered and acknowledged.
Organisations should see to it that they will not breach the protection obligation. Safeguards should be set in place so that there will be no instances of personal data leaking out or being compromised. Hiring an outsourced DPO could help ensure that a breach will not happen as this is the officer that oversees the cybersecurity hygiene of the organisation.
These best apps for online privacy could help you protect your personal data from bad actors lurking and waiting for you to let your guard down.
If you don’t want to subscribe to these apps that asks you monthly fees, you can also opt privacy phones, such as Privacy Ninja’s AntiHAck phone. This phone offers built-in protection so that you no longer have download apps for your online privacy.
Trackers are following Singaporeans online, noting every piece of information they input and keeping a tab of every transaction they make. This was confirmed by a study made by NordVPN, finding that Singaporeans are facing the second-highest number of online trackers per site.
Organisations collect customers’ personal data in exchange for the services they provide. In doing so, they must ensure that the data collection methods they use are in compliance with the PDPA or else face the hefty financial penalty to be imposed by the PDPC.
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