Right to privacy debates over the last month have highlighted the critical need for a regime of data protection in India, which will be vital for the outsourcing industry.
For 24 days, 272 hackers pounded the Air Force's key public websites. The result? A cool 207 vulnerabilities were found, resulting in a $130,000 payday for the White Hats.
Virtual version of ‘The Happiest Place on Earth’ may not reflect that childlike innocence and joy. In fact, a lawsuit claims that Disney is ruthlessly gathering information through mobile apps for kids to target advertising and ‘other commercial purposes’.
Congress has brought the controversial bill on internet surveillance back to the discussion room, and this time, Silicon Valley remains largely silent.
Estonia takes over presidency of EU and hosts major Digital Single Market conference on free movement of data, touching on data flow and data localization.
Ransomware attacks are potentially very damaging But there are far more serious threats according to FBI’s Cybercrime Report. It’s your email that’s the issue.
A recent audit of websites by the well-known Online Trust Alliance has revealed something that many consumers have long suspected. Financial institutions are the least trusted when it comes to cybersecurity. Although the results are no doubt coloured by the inherent fear that many consumers have when it comes to the security of their money, it should still be a worry for banks which have long struggled with issues around online trust.
The 21st of June 2017 saw UK’s Queen Elizabeth give what is generally known as ‘The Queen’s Speech’ in which Her Majesty gave some insights into just how seriously the UK government is taking issues of online privacy and data protection.
Apple may just have found the solution to counter Google by focusing on Apple's privacy commitment to their customers, especially in online advertising.
Big data in politics has become big news in the United Kingdom as the Guardian newspaper reports that the vote for the UK to leave the European Union saw two international companies manipulating public opinion through the use of big data mining techniques.