The ability of financial institutions to recover data breach losses from non-contacting parties depends on various legal statutes and industry regulations.
Today's cybersecurity teams can’t get ahead of hackers because they’re drowning in data, fatigued by alerts, and dissatisfied with their jobs. Data elitism is the root cause of this negative environment, but companies can take steps to offset it.
Given the growth of wire fraud and grey area when it comes to liability, creating a system that guarantees protection has become incredibly important. The best way to prevent uncertainty about who is at fault is to prevent the risk from happening all together.
As organizations realize that there is no such of a thing as being “fully protected” from a cyberattack, what are the tactices and steps to improve and get an edge in the cyber security arms race?
Companies need a pragmatic picture of the costs and benefits that GDPR and CCPA compliance represents so that they can make the best decision for their business.
The term “privacy” has officially become a homonym. How do we move forward when language, even basic definitions, are often at odds or even completely contradictory?