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.
More than 110 civil society organizations have jointly issued a statement against the COVID-19 digital surveillance performed by governments around the world to curb the pandemic.
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.
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?
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?
COVID-19 contact tracing apps are possible cyber threats to national security as they can be used to steal patient data and spread destructive malware in healthcare systems.
Protect your company and customers by layering multiple security protections against cyber attacks including employee education, strong authentication, passive biometrics and behavioral analytics.
A10 Networks found an increase in DDoS attacks during the COVID-19 pandemic as attackers exploited new DDoS tools, 5G networks, and the increasing number of connected devices.