Privacy laws in SA 30 years behind Europe

Privacy laws in SA 30 years behind Europe

South Africa may be decades behind most European countries regarding implementing privacy laws to protect citizens from the likes of data leaks, says an information attorney. Speaking at a cloud computing briefing in Johannesburg, information attorney and information security consultant Mark Heyink said last month’s cyber-attack on a South African Police Service (SAPS) database, which exposed over 16,000 whistleblowers’ details, is an “outrage”.

Source: ITWebAfrica.com

 

 

0

You May Also Like