Cyberattacks can happen anytime, anywhere. Society faces the great challenge to prevent or repel them effectively.
In this podcast series we take a deep dive into current cybersecurity trends and discuss them with the CISOs of our partners. Which challenges do they face? How do they envision the future? And how do PCSI projects contribute to better protection of their business against cybercrime?
Stricter rules and enforcement on information sharing
Growing interdependencies between parties in the (globalized) supply chain
Increase of malicious uses and abuses of AI
Only through collaboration we will achieve the best results in fighting cyber crime
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WHAT ARE PERSONAL DATA?
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WHY DOES TNO USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
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HOW LONG DOES TNO KEEP YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
TNO does not keep your personal data any longer than is necessary for the purpose for which it is being held. If you have signed up to receive information from PCSI and you later sign off, TNO deletes your personal data. Whenever personal data is collected and furtherly processed to organize events your personal data may be stored for a longer period of time in order to inform you about upcoming events.
HOW DOES PCSI SECURE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
TNO ensures that your personal data are handled and kept secure with the greatest possible care. In order to optimally protect your personal data against loss, theft, unauthorized access or misuse. TNO and its processors take the necessary technical and organizational measures to keep your personal data secure, which includes the use of the latest IT security technology.
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