Data-hucksters beware – online privacy is making a comeback

Read John Naughton analyse the upcoming GDPR data protection regime coming up in European Union on Guardian : Next year, 25 May looks like being a significant date. That’s because it’s the day that the European Union’s general data protection regulation (GDPR) comes into force. This may not seem like a big deal to you, […]

Hospitals must factor patient safety into security strategies

Read why says that CISOs should factor in patient safety into their cyber security and physical security strategies on Healthcare IT News : Hackers have proven they can get through hospital networks into medical and Internet of Things devices, which is why it is crucial that patient safety be prioritized when outlining a security strategy […]

A Year in Review: FTC Data Privacy Actions and its Impacts on 2017 and Beyond

Read Stephen R. Chuk’s article about FTC data privacy actions and its impact on consumers on Privacy Law : Whether it means taking a prominent role shaping data security for the Internet of Things, or addressing high profile breaches, the FTC has adopted an active position in policing data privacy and security. Read his full article […]

Combating Computer Viruses and Hackers: Keeping Your Self-Storage Data Safe

Read Amy Campbell’s article about how to keep data safe from hackers and comptuer viruses on Inside Self Storage : This morning I opened my e-mail to find yet another note from our IT department about a phishing e-mail. One thing that was different about this scam from previous ones is that it was addressed […]

4 data privacy considerations for preparing for GDPR compliance

Read Mark Goldin’s article about the four data privacy considerations that companies need to take while preparing for upcoming GDPR on Info World : In the current environment of increasingly aggressive malicious actors looking to infiltrate systems for monetary gain, protecting customer data remains at the top of every major corporation’s priority list. Read his full […]

Finding the Right Balance between Protecting Data and Fostering Innovation

Read Yanni Charalambous explain why it is important for businesses to find the right balance between protecting data and fostering innovation on CIO Review : Whether the reputation is fair or not, the oil and gas industry is often considered a “laggard” in adopting the latest technologies. Considering the current energy commodity price environment, adoption of […]

Key priorities to prepare for EU GDPR

Read Bart Willemsen list how companies can prepare for the upcoming European Union GDPR regime on IT Pro Portal : The EU’s GDPR has attracted a lot of attention recently, because so many organisations will be subject to the regulation. Coming into effect on the 25th of May 2018, GDPR is intended to protect the […]

Google Launches New Website To Help Explain Its GDPR Controls

Google this week released a new site to help its customers and partners better understand the steps the company is taking to comply with the requirements of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Read the steps Google is taking to comply with the requirements of the upcoming European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) […]

Cloud Security and the New Cold War: Corporate Strategies for Winning Digital Battles

Read why Douglas Bonderud says that cloud security and data protection is the new type of cold war Security Intelligence : Thirty years ago, the Cold War threatened to spill over from high-level espionage into full-blown warfare between the world’s two great superpowers. But there could be a new conflict on the horizon. Read his […]

UK to criminalize re-identifying anonymized personal data

A major update to the UK’s data protection rules will place new requirements and responsibilities on companies that process users’ personal data, including by making it easier for consumers to withdraw consent their data to be processed; view what data is held on them for free; ask for their data to be deleted; and move […]