With COVID-19, pivoting to near-universal work from home has opened new areas of risk. How do we conduct tabletop exercises to prepare our response to a security incident?
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.
With the significant increase in the number of cyberattacks, focus of employees returning to the office should not only be on healthcare-related practices but must also address hardware security risks.
Ensuring data privacy and compliance with regulations like the CCPA involves layered, complex challenges for any business especially in the age of COVID-19.
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.
CCPA enforcement has gone into effect on July 1 despite the COVID-19 shutdown and the economic turmoil, however many companies are still unsure on how to comply to the law.
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?