In The Know ¦ DEMSA Summary

  • The Data Protection and Digital Information Bill has been dropped due to the 4th July election.
  • NCSC and major UK insurance associations have issued joint guidance on ransom payments for cyber incidents.
  • Recent hacks on Santander and Ticketmaster have raised concerns about cyber security.
  • The FCA’s regulatory round-up confirms no major publications during the election period.
  • StepChange is pushing for problem debt to be a high priority in the upcoming election.
  • Economic abuse is increasingly recognised as a significant issue, with resources available for tackling it.
  • DEMSA commented on personal insolvency reforms and attended related workshops.
  • Meg Van Rooyen from MAT emphasises the need for government action on energy affordability.
  • Collaboration between MAT and Experian aims to reach more people in need of debt advice.
  • PayPoint has invested in AperiData, expanding their open banking solutions.
  • Upcoming financial inclusion event in Birmingham on 6 June 2024.
  • Consumer Duty virtual event scheduled for 2pm on 7 June 2024.

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