Mathew J. Schwartz

Mathew J. Schwartz

Executive Editor, DataBreachToday & Europe

Schwartz is an award-winning journalist with two decades of experience in magazines, newspapers and electronic media. He has covered the information security and privacy sector throughout his career. Before joining Information Security Media Group in 2014, where he now serves as the Executive Editor, DataBreachToday and for European news coverage, Schwartz was the information security beat reporter for InformationWeek and a frequent contributor to DarkReading, amongst other publications. He lives in Scotland.


'Right to Be Forgotten' Should Be EU-Only, Adviser Says

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  January 11, 2019

Feds Urge Private Sector 'Shields Up' Against Hackers

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  January 8, 2019

Marriott Mega-Breach: Victim Count Drops to 383 Million

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  January 7, 2019

Hackers Leak Hundreds of German Politicians' Personal Data

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  January 4, 2019

GDPR: EU Sees More Data Breach Reports, Privacy Complaints

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  December 19, 2018

Ireland's Privacy Watchdog Probes Facebook Data Breaches

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  December 17, 2018

Congratulations: You Get 'Free' Identity Theft Monitoring

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  December 12, 2018

Equifax Breach 'Entirely Preventable,' House Report Finds

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  December 11, 2018

Marriott Mega-Breach: Will GDPR Apply?

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  December 3, 2018

Uber Fined $1.2 Million in EU for Breach Disclosure Delay

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  November 27, 2018

Cybercrime Conference Returns to Dublin

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  November 20, 2018

French Cinema Chain Fires Dutch Executives Over 'CEO Fraud'

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  November 13, 2018

How Cyber Insurance Is Changing in the GDPR Era

Mathew J. Schwartz  •  November 7, 2018

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