COVID-19 pandemic has driven many companies to adopt remote working model amidst the lockdowns, how can IT industry help businesses remain afloat in the new normal?
What are the key steps that businesses can consider taking to ensure the business continuity of their GDPR privacy compliance programs during COVID-19 pandemic?
European Commission announced an interoperability solution for decentralized coronavirus infection track and trace apps that relies on a gateway service to share information between EU countries.
Even though COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a greater reliance on eCommerce, consumers are still seeing payment security as a greater priority over the convenience.
MIT researchers in collaboration with CMU, Brown and Boston University has developed a privacy preserving COVID-19 contact tracing app that uses Bluetooth to broadcast chiprs of random IDs to other devices.
Supply chain security is becoming an increasing concern in COVID-19 outbreak as new opportunities are provided to cyber criminals seeking to exploit vulnerabilities.
Countries are working on contact tracing apps that have data safeguards built in to address privacy concerns while fighting against COVID-19. Can these apps really preserve privacy?
Secure remote working procedures will be a high priority for all types of organizations after COVID-19 as many employees continue to work outside of the traditional office.
The FTC reported that identity theft doubled during the pandemic as scammers targeted COVID-19 relief payments to individuals and government-sponsored loans for small businesses.