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News: Cryptojacking hits hundreds of high level Drupal sites

Bob Egner
A widely-publicised Drupal flaw dubbed "Drupalgeddon2" has been exploited to cryptojack more than 340 government, corporate, and university websites.

Ahead of the compliance deadline for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the new Data Protection Act, which implements the regulation in UK law, security experts have shared their top tips on what organisations should be focusing on at the start of a new data protection era.

“Understand that if something happens, transparency and clear communications to affected users is key to avoiding fines as well as staying on the right side of the law – transparency will be key to avoiding disaster. Once those are in place, you can work to catch up and get back on track with the rest of your implementation,” Martin Jartelius said.

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