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Data privacy automation: Unlock your most valuable asset

In years past, data privacy was the purview of the chief privacy officer. However, increasingly, CTOs are being tasked with operationalizing a data privacy solution for the company. That’s because data privacy


The rise of biometric readers and security

Your fingerprint cannot be reverse engineered to recreate your information and be used to access particular levels and areas of a company. The biometrics industry is continuing to grow at

Industry Insights

There are no real shortcuts to most security problems

For Xerox Chief Information Security Officer Dr. Alissa Johnson, human ingenuity, partnerships and automation are the answer to most security problems the company has encountered and might yet encounter. “The

IT Compliance

Privacy Shield: Should I stay or should I go?

The lead up to the GDPR enforcement date consumed a large swath of media coverage. This essentially buried the news that in early July 2018, the European Union Parliament warned that it


Malware threats send worldwide security spending to new high

The world will spend even more money on security, Gartner says. The world will spend even more money on security products this year, according to new figures from Gartner. The


Spam and phishing attacks bounce back with a vengeance

Cybercriminals have been increasingly targeting banks and other financial institutions with their phishing attacks. Cybercriminals have been increasingly targeting banks and other financial institutions with their phishing attacks, according to new reports

IT Compliance

Time Is Up: Five Ways To Mitigate Risk From GDPR

In May 2018, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) went into effect. With the deadline now behind us, there is confusion and ambiguity with respect to definitions,


Making the Cloud a Safe Space

The cloud has brought about many benefits for organisations and adoption is understandably increasing. Gartner earlier this year projected that the worldwide public cloud services market would grow 21.4 percent in

IT Compliance

The GDPR Aftermath: What Else Can be Done to Improve Data Security

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is intended to give people greater control over their personal data and make companies accountable for data breaches, and makes improvements for critical security


Android Pie: Security and privacy changes

It is official: “Android P” is Android Pie, and it comes with a variety of new capabilities and security and privacy changes. The newest version (9.0) of the popular mobile OS introduces