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.
With the unprecedented increase in remote work, new study shows a global increase in nearly all types of cyber attacks since the COVID-19 social distancing measures began.
Fake vaccine certificates have been available for some time, but the market has picked up significant steam as the concept of "vaccine passports" has spread to domestic life and everyday activities.
While many privacy concerns remain unaddressed for contact tracing apps, experts are now questioning the technical and logistics issues to justify their existence.
With so many businesses eager for a full return to the office, the often misunderstood complexities of cybersecurity are an ideal scapegoat for employers desperate to see the end of remote working.
With specific guidance from an amended HITECH Act to include a comprehensive cyber policy, the healthcare industry will better secure patients’ data.
Singapore government is providing a free contact tracing wearable that logs close contacts offline and will only make the data available if tested positive for COVID-19.
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Countries are looking at vaccine passports as the ‘door opener’ for a return to normalcy. At the same time, threat actors know too well that taking advantage of the current pandemic has been a very lucrative over the last 18 months.
To meet the ever-increasing challenge of cybercrime and rebuild user trust, tech companies will need to be built with a new standard that embraces a transparent and open source approach.