16 Anna Johnston
Privacy, business and cybersecurity
Read more on the Salinger Privacy blog.
As director of privacy consultancy Salinger Privacy, Anna Johnston writes about the current landscape of security threats businesses face, reflecting on whether they are doing enough to protect themselves.
Her posts take a deep dive into policies like the government’s new mandatory data reporting scheme, emerging with key takeaways for businesses about the best practice for protecting themselves.
For example, on data breach reporting, Johnston explains that when it comes to how businesses should communicate with stakeholders in the event of a cyber attack: “It’s not sexy start-up-agile-cyber-digital-first whatever, but nor is it rocket science. It’s common sense and good manners.”
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