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?
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?
The financial sector, state and federal government agencies, as well as consumers are being targeted with various types of fraud, identity theft and data security breaches during the pandemic.
As stay-at-home restrictions start to loosen with COVID-19 cases declining, the office reopening is going to bring an increase in cybersecurity risks that companies should be prepared for.
As the enforcement date for AB685 approaches and employees return to offices, organizations should look into using their existing SIEM and UEBA technologies for strong contact-tracing systems.
Fewer than half of IT professionals report feeling confident about their organisation’s cybersecurity since the pandemic. So, what are the biggest digital risks lying in wait for businesses looking ahead to working in a post-COVID world?
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.
Australia's OAIC has called for law enforcement to be blocked from accessing Covid contact tracing data to track suspects via their check-in histories, saying that it threatens to undermine public participation in the program.
Cybersecurity agencies in U.K. and U.S. warn of APT groups targeting cyberattacks at entities involved in COVID-19 response efforts to gather intelligence and commit espionage.