While Big Tech's intent seems positive, the likely beneficiary of the recent Apple/Google privacy push is not the consumer but an effort to force the digital advertising world to restructure itself for their benefit.
While we often think about malicious users when we speak of insider threats, the "real" problem lies with users that may unintentionally be putting their organizations at risk. This includes users that get phished, bypass controls for convenience or efficiency, and connect their own devices to the corporate networks.
RF-enabled devices are now prevalent in the enterprise and RF security is getting harder to enforce in secure facilities that require more nuanced electronic device policies.
For IT asset disposition (ITAD), data safety and destruction isn’t just a technological issue, it’s a human one as well – based on procedure and trust. So how do we build a more trustworthy process?
In a 229-page document, Facebook attempted to provide some clarity for questions from the congressional testimony to the U.S. House and Senate in April. Here are 10 things you might have missed.
For enterprises, getting up to speed with cloud deployments, migrations, and protecting their cloud infrastructure in time and cost-efficient ways is more important now more than ever.
Whether you are a musician, entrepreneur, photographer, inventor, vlogger, or anyone producing original content, you need to protect your intellectual property. Here are 11 proven ways.
Data privacy came into public consciousness in 2018. Yet, even with new regulations to protect personal privacy, it’s clear that there is still a long way to go in 2019 before personal data is truly protected.
Shift to remote working has contributed to an unrelenting cybersecurity emergency. Here are three cybersecurity lessons from the pandemic that every organization should learn as they prepare for the future of hybrid work.