The Italian data protection authority, Garante, has presented its 2015 annual report to the Italian Parliament, DataGuidance reports. The findings indicated a 31.8 percent decrease in paid, post-breach enforcement fines compared to 2014, the report states. “The Garante's investigations focused on a number of business sectors including hospitals and health care bodies,” among others, said Arnaboldi Consulting Firm’s Nadia Arnaboldi, CIPM, CIPP/E, CIPP/US. The report also highlighted the agency’s 2016 plans. “The Garante will look to investigate the tracking of banking transactions, data processing performed by multinational companies and data transfers within the affiliates by means of Binding Corporate Rules, adoption of security measures when sensitive personal data is processed, data retention period compliance and prior notification," she added.
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