In a letter to the European Commission, Bluetooth accessory maker Tile accused Apple of trying to disadvantage their location tracking app by defaulting ‘always allow’ function to ‘off’.
Data Privacy and Data Security: Outsourcing to Third Parties and the Effect on Consumers, Companies, and the Cybersecurity Industry as a Whole
Outsourcing business model creates a reliance on third parties and increases security risks as more companies have access to the same information that was previously kept within a company.
GE suffered a third-party data breach where sensitive employee information was exposed through their contractor, Canon BPS, who handles the company's human resource tasks.
Major Japanese Defense Contractors Admit to Data Breach Incidents Dating Back to Over Four Years Ago
Two major Japanese defense contractors recently admitted to data breaches back in 2015 and 2018 when they were infected with malware and possibly had their files stolen.
Department of Defense Now Requires Defense Contractors to Obtain Cybersecurity Certification; How Difficult Will It Be?
U.S. Department of Defense requires all defense contractors to complete a cybersecurity certification before submitting proposals by 2026, starting with higher-level contractors this June.
Attempted ransomware attack on NYPD fingerprint database was the result of a “bumbling” third-party contractor who was installing video equipment at one of the department’s training academies.
98% of top 1,000 U.S. websites were reported to be inadequately secured against client-side attacks which raise significant alarm bells about the current state of modern web architecture.
How do you know your MSSP, managed security service provider, can be trusted and is offering higher value security services that extend beyond simple monitoring and analysis?
CaCPA, going into effect January 2020, has triggered many organizations to look for reliable data partners to protect consumer privacy. What are the criteria when searching for these colocation partners?
Facebook announced an app suspension of “ten of thousands” of apps as part of its privacy investigation. The initiative extends to any app that refuses to answer Facebook how user data is utilized, shared and monetized.