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Irish Data Protection Commission Issues Guidance for Employers

15 June 2023

In this two-part series, Linda Hynes, partner in the Employment, Immigration and Reward team of Lewis Silkin Ireland, sets out what employers need to take away from the recent DPC guidance. The first in the series looks at the Data Protection in the Workplace: Employer Guidance.

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Beyond borders: Navigating diversity monitoring in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and beyond

11 May 2023

By collecting and monitoring data, employers can progress their diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. However, when employing staff across the United Kingdom, employers should be aware that there are important distinctions between the diversity monitoring requirements in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.


HSE Cyber Attack – the fallout hasn’t even started!

21 May 2021

On 14 May the Health Service Executive (HSE), Ireland’s equivalent of the NHS, suffered what has been described as a catastrophic, “ransomware”, cyber-attack. Ransomware is a type of malicious software or malware used by cyber criminals to encrypt the target’s data. The cyber-crime gang “Wizard Spider”, based in Eastern Europe, is believed to be behind the attack.

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