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Wednesday, July 19th, 2023, 5:32 am

Forms for Reporting Data Breaches Exist to be Used and for Those Affected to Get Notified

Summary: One last note on the issue of Greater London Authority (London Municipality); even though forms exist to report security breaches or incidents of data breaches, Greater London Authority never seems to have bothered with this; the culmination of this in the media (a scandal which puts at risk victims of sex crimes) overlooks a history of repeat/recurring incidents

As far as I’m aware, this was never reported (to those impacted) except internally.

GLA staff (it wasn’t the first such issue, nor the last):

GLA: Drupal access

So what good are such forms?

GLA form for data breach #1

GLA form for data breach #2

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