FakeSpy Android Malware Targets Japanese Delivery Company, Heathrow Airport Fined for Data Protection Failings
The Heathrow Airport in London, UK, has been fined 120,000 pounds by the Information Commissioner’s Office for ‘serious failings’ in securing personal data. The airport suffered a breach last year when an employee lost a USB stick that held unencrypted personal data of employees. In addition, investigations found that only two percent of Heathrow Airport’s 6,500 employees had received data protection training.
 FakeSpy Comes Back. New Wave Hits Japan
 Heathrow Airport fined by UK data protection regulator for failings
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