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IT Compliance

Establishing Efficient Data Governance Processes to Add Business Value

These days, organizations are awash with more data than ever before. The challenges this presents are compounded by evolving regulatory changes such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which

Hardware/Network

Improving the security, privacy and safety of future connected vehicles

The security, privacy and safety of connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs) has been improved thanks to testing at WMG, University of Warwick. CAVs can now connect to each other, roadside infrastructure,

IT Compliance

How to navigate critical data security and privacy policy challenges

By 2020, there will be 40x more bytes of data than there are stars in the universe as we know it. And with data growth comes more security and privacy obstacles for

Software

New Firefox Privacy Protections, Apple iOS Zero-Days, Facebook User Phone Numbers Exposed

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 85 for September 9th 2019: Firefox will

Software

Should social media organizations be subject to strict privacy regulation?

80% of IT security professionals agree that more security and privacy legislation is needed, especially for social media organizations that store personal data. However, nearly the same number of respondents (82%) don’t

Industry Insights

Android “Ghost Click” Apps, New Apple Siri Privacy Protections, Credit Card Spying

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston.  In episode 84 for September 2nd 2019: “Ghost click”

Identity Theft

So Much Of Our Lives Have Been Exposed Through Breaches We Have No Privacy Left

It is ironic that we still talk about the quaint notion of “privacy” in a digital world in which we barter away our privacy for the privilege of being able

Software

Unlocking the future of blockchain innovation with privacy-preserving technologies

The origins of blockchain as many are familiar with it today can be traced back to the Bitcoin whitepaper, first published in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, which offered a vision of

IT Compliance

When will the GDPR pot boil over? It’s sooner (and different) than you think

There’s an old saying that a watched pot never boils. In reality, the sauce in that pot is heating up in a way we can’t quite see yet. After the

Software

What are the cybersecurity challenges facing the healthcare sector?

The monetary value of PHI can be enormous. As a result, attackers are employing increasingly sophisticated techniques to gain access to patient health records.  Healthcare organisations are aware of the