Mark HeyinkSouth Africa may be decades behind most European countries regarding implementing privacy laws to protect citizens from the likes of data leaks, says an information attorney. Speaking at a cloud computing briefing in Johannesburg, information attorney and information security consultant Mark Heyink said last month’s cyber-attack on a South African Police Service (SAPS) database, which exposed over 16,000 whistleblowers’ details, is an “outrage”.
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