Insights and opinions on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity contributed by thought leaders from around the world.
One year on, the technology to support true data privacy and fully comply with GDPR is still lacking, and regulators have come face to face with the reality that we are still years away from being there.
Privacy regulators have said they will take seriously anything that puts the twin principles of openness and honesty into jeopardy, and with the GDPR honeymoon period set to end, trust and reputation will be central going forward.
Edge computing eliminates latency and brings information closer to the location of where it is needed instead of far away servers, it provides performance benefit and gives the control of data privacy back to users.
Protecting your client’s private information is crucial for a business, learn more about security measures to prevent data breach and guarantee safety of information in the online world.
Meet Bob. Bob’s an employee at BigCorp, and he’s confused.He’s got info security folks requiring him to take annual training, posting educational videos, and sending simulated phishing email all the time. Then he’s got the privacy team requiring training of their own and inviting him to “lunch and learns” on privacy by design.But when it gets right down to it, Bob doesn’t understand quite where security ends and privacy begins. When he asks, the privacy and security folks are perfectly happy to go on at length about…
Google Chrome's new privacy tools for controlling online tracking and Brave's new model for sharing 70% of ad revenues with users are raising concerns for ad platforms.
Cybersecurity vacancies are hard to fill as companies are hiring from a pool which is not growing quick enough to meet demand, a phenomenon attributed to growing cybercrime economy and lack of extensive education to produce professionals.
GDPR is altering software development practices by forcing software development companies to take steps towards better application design and greater security.