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What is the CCPA and what changes does the CPRA bring?

The CCPA (California Consumer Protection Act), in force since 2020, was a leap forward in US data protection legislation. Taking it as a basis, California legislators have decided to go a step further by incorporating the new CPRA (California Privacy Rights Act) into the legal

ISO 27001 – Information Security Management.

During the course of this year, the current structure of ISO 27001 has undergone a revision, the main objective of which is to simplify its implementation by organisations. The new version, ISO 27001:2022, is expected to be published in the last quarter of the year.


The metaverse, understood as a 3d virtual space where physical and internet reality merge through the use of different technologies such as virtual reality glasses, gloves and different haptic devices, allows the user to interact with other people and elements that replicate the real world

ENS 2022. How does it affect you?

In today's hyper-connected world, information systems are increasingly exposed to threats and cyber-attacks. For this reason, the National Security Scheme (ENS) has undergone a process of continuous evolution aimed at creating the necessary conditions of security and trust in the use of electronic media in


Cookies: How to protect our privacy

When surfing the Internet we usually accept all cookies from the pages we visit and this is a mistake because, although they facilitate the browsing experience, they collect a lot of personal data, damaging our security.

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