The insider threat that Tesla recently faced showed how vulnerable digital firms are. It is time for firms to take it seriously.
A new study shows that adding more security tools is making security threat mitigation less effective.
The consultancy firm EY highlighted that many APAC firms lack in compliance plans that address GDPR requirements.
The new legislation offers a blueprint for data privacy that puts the user at the center and provides a foundation for a global privacy framework.
Google may have gone too far with its GDPR implementation by asking publishers take on all liabilities but give up control of consumer data use on its platform. Time for a change.
New MoU will see both firms sharing threat intelligence and improve responses against evolving cyber threats.
Deloitte’s recent study showed that consumers tend to trust brands that are honest in their approach to personal data usage and privacy.
New regulation looks to create a base level of security for firms operating essential services in EU.
The Australian Government wants to centralize all biometric data for better security; privacy proponents argue that the Government is overreaching.
We are not past the horror stories of data-based manipulation. In fact, it may be just the beginning.
Brazil and Vietnam are hotbeds for cybercrime, impacting global e-commerce and online growth in surrounding economies.
Mounting compliance costs and soaring calls for better regulatory oversight is creating the next boom: RegTech. And it will change the way we work, do business and live.
Akamai’s State of the Internet / Security: Carrier Insight Report showed that sharing vital information across the industry can help to keep intruders at bay.
GDPR poses a range of legal challenges for blockchain technology and highlights the gaps between regulation and technological innovation.
Vendors like Verizon are making it easier for firms to find out their risk exposure, buy the right security tools and take the right actions to mitigate imminent threats.
The Facebook privacy debacle has major implications on how regulators and users will start scrutinizing the way internet giants monetize data.
With GDPR looming on the horizon, global firms are racing to comply. Digital marketers now face a slew of challenges, but it may be a good thing as these will force them to become more innovative and data-driven.
The piecemeal approach to cybersecurity is not working. It is time to take a holistic approach or risk becoming the next victim.