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Industry Insights

50% of people would exercise at least one right under the CCPA

As state houses and Congress rush to consider new consumer privacy legislation in 2020, ​Americans expect more control over their personal information online, and are concerned with how businesses use

Vendor News

Redscan recognised with CREST accreditation for SOC

Redscan has received accreditation from CREST for its Security Operations Centre (SOC), confirming its place among top security providers. Click here to view original webpage at securitybrief.eu

Identity Theft

GDPR Update: More Than 160,000 Data Breach Notifications Reports

Data protection regulators have imposed $126 million (EUR114 million) in fines under the GDPR regime for a wide range of GDPR infringements, not just for data breaches. Click here to view original webpage

Software

What Is Spear Phishing and How to Protect Yourself From It

Ever received an email from the fictitious “Nigerian prince” who has so much wealth stashed someplace, but needs your help to retrieve it? By the way, this particular phishing scam

Cloud

Digital transformation as a driver of cloud migration

Cloud migration is trending at a rapid pace — with 83 per cent of workloads expected to be cloud-based this year. For enterprises across all verticals, the digital revolution has

Identity Theft

5 Steps To Secure Your Customer Data

More than any other issue, customers are concerned about their privacy. Recent laws like GDPR and the CCPA indicate that consumers want to be in control of their data because

Industry Insights

What students think about university data security

Only 32% of students agree they are aware of how their institution handles their personal data, compared to 45% who disagree and 22% who neither agree nor disagree, according to a

Software

Cybersecurity 2020: Welcome to the Digital Cold War

In the year ahead, organizations must prepare for the unknown. They can do so by ensuring they have the flexibility to endure unexpected and high-impact cybersecurity events. Click here to

Software

Six cyber security predictions for 2020 

2019 saw a record number of cyber attacks, while Internet restrictions and shutdowns became the new norm for some governments as a way to strengthen their authority. Click here to view original

Artificial Intelligence

Agencies Are Cautious About Using AI for Cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence tools can help spot security anomalies and close the talent gap, but skepticism remains. Federal agencies are always looking for ways to stay on top of cybersecurity as