In part one of an ongoing series of articles Teresa Troester-Falk examines exactly how we define the principle of Accountability in terms of privacy and data protection in today’s fast moving and fluid world where increased threats to data integrity are rapidly becoming one of the most pressing issues faced by global businesses.
Equifax breach demonstrates how data breaches are getting bigger and more frequent. Is identity theft protection no longer optional in the digital age?
Brazilian General Data Protection Law, known as LGPD, will be introduced in early August 2020. How will the law impact the organizations and how does it compare with GDPR?
Are you a victim of cryptojacking? Both individuals and organizations are now at risk of this new hacking approach to tap into your computer’s processing power. Most famously, Coinhive has been promoting this controversial new practice to tap for mining the cryptocurrency Monero.
The cloud can provide better data security than traditional storage … when done correctly. How do you ensure your unstructured data remains secure and highly available?
To reduce Total Cost of Fraud (TOCF), organizations must take a more holistic approach that considers the hidden costs of fraud to help minimize the cumulative financial impact and deliver better ROI for your fraud prevention efforts.
Like Superman draws his power from the sun, the cloud imbues organisations with remarkable power and flexibility. But how should organisations wield such power effectively to protect their users and data, especially in light of data protection regulations? Matthias Yeo, APAC CTO of Blue Coat, shares the top 3 tenets of adopting a cloud strategy so you can be the hero, not the villain.
An internet bill of rights seems necessary now that the internet is inextricably intertwined with everyone's life, but the shepherds of this technology cannot be counted on to adequately self-regulate.