Data & Privacy Exposures are not limited to security breaches

The impication of the Google 'right to be forgotten' caseThe Right to be Forgotten isn't just a Google issue
When considering data protection, data losses tend to spring to mind. However, this year, the risks of holding data for too long have been at the fore.
The recently publicised "right to be forgotten" case saw the European Court of Justice rule that Google Spain was a data controller due to its capacity to find, index, store and make information available to the public on its website.

Key Rules & Terms of Use


Key Rules


Extracted from the Cyber Risk and Insurance Forum Rules and Constitution, a copy of which is available on request.

18. CRIF and its Members will not engage in:

18.1.              The discussion of specific named risks, insureds or prospective insureds;