Insights and opinions on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity contributed by thought leaders from around the world.
Some ad tech vendors appear to be engaging in a form GDPR consent string fraud by knowingly tampering with the consent information found in a publisher’s consent string, in order to give them the ability to deliver personalized ads.
CCPA pioneered a strong mandate for data privacy and security in the US, and now SB-327 is focusing on securing IoT devices. However, an opportunity was missed to ditch passwords altogether and advocate for a stronger method of authentication.
AI technology brings benefits and can just as easily be used for malicious ends. Today, both cybersecurity experts and cybercriminals are using AI. Could it pose more of a cybersecurity threat than we think?
New report from Datto shows that ransomware attacks continue to be the leading form of cyber attack experienced by small- and medium-sized businesses, with 4 of 5 MSPs having clients hit over the last 2 years.
The pace of cross-industry fraud is accelerating and becoming more costly and this is exacerbating the identity theft problem. New fraud study from LexisNexis reports that 84% of organizations had been the victim of cross-industry fraud.
The reach of artificial intelligence will affect many areas of technology, but its presence will be acutely felt within both cybersecurity threats and the strength of systems to protect against threats.
Today's children are being "datafied" from the moment they're born. Parents are now increasingly anxious over the expanding commercial collection and exploitation of children’s data, with potential consequences that can lead to extremely unsafe situations for both the child and the family.
The GDPR has influenced the future of corporate compliance at a global level. As we see the CCPA, the USCDPA, and bills in other jurisdictions like India and Brazil being passed, it is evident that all companies soon will be required to comply with some consumer data privacy measure.
A new report offers a never-before-seen look at Google data collection practices, raising new questions about the extent to which the top tech companies in the world collect and collate user data without their permission or knowledge.