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Companies Tempted To Negotiate with Cyber-criminals To Dodge GDPR Fines

According to the proceedings of the fifth Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment (IOCTA), presented at the INTERPOL-Europol conference in Singapore on Tuesday 18 September, companies are being tempted to dodge potential GDPR fines by entering into negotiations with cyber criminals.

By | September 19th, 2018|All Articles, Corporate, Legal, Technology|Comments Off on Companies Tempted To Negotiate with Cyber-criminals To Dodge GDPR Fines

Italy’s Conte Government’s First Decree – Decreto Dignità

The Italian government has released its Decreto Dignità indicating the changes to be introduced by the new government in relation to employment, taxation and operating procedures for businesses.

By | July 3rd, 2018|Corporate, Economics|Comments Off on Italy’s Conte Government’s First Decree – Decreto Dignità

Bill to repeal and to replace the Data Protection Act (Cap 440 of Maltese Law) Published

The long-overdue legal Bill that will consolidate the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into Maltese Law and repeal the older Data Protection Act (Chapter 440 of the Laws of Malta) has finally been published. This article provides a roundup of the most salient features of the Bill.

By | May 14th, 2018|Corporate, Legal|Comments Off on Bill to repeal and to replace the Data Protection Act (Cap 440 of Maltese Law) Published

Thank You For Another Incredible Year At Equinox!

2015 was the seventh year of operations for Equinox and Equinox has since come a very long way. Equinox CEO Bernard Mallia reflects on past achievements and future challenges and thanks everyone who has worked with him in Equinox's incredible journey.

By | January 5th, 2016|All Articles|Comments Off on Thank You For Another Incredible Year At Equinox!

Malta Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Legislation Update

The Government of Malta has announced that it will be establishing new controls on cash transactions to intensify the pressure on tax evasion and money laundering. A cash transactions limit of a maximum of €10,000 will be applied.

By | August 26th, 2015|All Articles, Corporate, Legal|Comments Off on Malta Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Legislation Update