#EDPB , Andrea Jelinek said: "..the EDPB recognises that the #UK has mirrored, for the most part, the #GDPR and #LED in its data protection framework and when analysing its law and practice, the EDPB identified many aspects to be essentially equivalent..” https://t.co/QDdLz9Gnmt https://t.co/rQvm4krEXT
19 Apr 2021
@m_wiersma @evertkkn @pietur Itt tot vroeger (zie paleizen in Salzburg) is keukenzout ruim beschikbaar en erg goedkoop. Het is een conserveermiddel (onttrekt water aan bacteriën), lekker en smaakversterker. Industrie moet dus zout vervangen door dure kruiden en conserveermiddelen. Soms is dat kaliumzout!
10 Apr 2021
‘533 million #Facebook users phone numbers and #PersonalData have been #leaked online’ Business Insider reports. Data include phone number, ID, full name, locations, birthdate, bio, and - in some cases - email address. #Phishing #databreach #privacy #GDPR https://t.co/klNjn6QXBx
03 Apr 2021
#KPMG 2021 CEO Outlook Pulse Survey 500 #CEOs identified the greatest #risk to company growth over next 3 years. #Cyber #security risk is number one, rising dramatically from 5th in August 2020. Also rising: regulatory risk and tax risk. https://t.co/qNfacl0PIO #train #Awareness https://t.co/wTFhR4QmIh
31 Mar 2021
Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders and Chairperson of the Personal Information Protection Commission Yoon Jong In welcomed the successful conclusion of the #adequacy talks between the #EU and the Republic of #Korea. https://t.co/EY9yNyejTo #GDPR #Privacy
31 Mar 2021
Disable Windows Active Directory Security GroupsFound an old but valuable Active Directory tip on John Dougherty's website.
All Active Directory administrators know that security has to be applied to groups and users should be added to security groups instead of getting the security settings on their own accounts (AGDLP). This way user management, hire, fire and changing functions, can be made more easily. But what if you need to manage groups? Is that group you want to delete used somewhere? Unless very accurately documented, a deletion of a security group can be tricky.
So why not disable the security group and wait until something fails? Where is the disable option for groups in Active Directory? There isn't, so here the tip comes in handy.
You cannot disable a Security Group in the same way a user account is disabled.By changing the security group to a distribution group, all rights of the group members that still exist on file servers or within applications are removed. If all applications are still working, the now distribution group can be safely removed. When a problem occurs, change the distribution group back to a security group, and then resolve the issue at your leisure.
However, you can change a Security Group to a Distribution Group, which disables all access provided by the group, but does not modify the group's SID.
This allows you to test the results of disabling the permissions provided by a Security Group prior to deleting the group.
by John Dougherty
Active Directory: disabling a security group
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