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IT Compliance

GDPR has made life easier for cyberciminals

Removal of PII data from Whois records makes protecting Internet users increasingly difficult for security professionals. New research conducted by domain name and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence firm DomainTools has revealed that

IT Compliance

GDPR Hurts Security but Publicity Might Help

A survey of 900 security professionals conducted by AlienVault at Infosecurity Europe found that spending on GDPR compliance efforts has hindered threat detection but cybersecurity publicity might actually benefit the industry. Additionally,

Software

Eight Weak Links that Make Cryptocurrency Exchanges Vulnerable

Cryptocurrency is all the rage right now. There are currently over 1,600 different cryptocurrencies in circulation with a combined value approaching $350 billion.The top three cryptocurrencies alone—Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple—are worth more

Software

Do advances in voice technology pose a threat to enterprise security?

A new study from Aeriandi has highlighted UK organisations’ contradictory attitudes towards the voice channel, increasing the chances of their customers’, employees’ and partners’ data being exposed to unauthorised parties

Software

Winning back data control with smart web security

Despite the growing danger, some businesses are unable to shake of the shackles of their legacy security solution, perhaps fearing a complex onboarding process with a new solution. The web

IT Compliance

Businesses collect more data than they can handle, only half know where sensitive data is stored

With pressure to ensure consumer data is protected mounting, Gemalto today released the results of a global study which reveals that 65% are unable to analyze all the data they collect and

Hardware/Network IT Compliance

Why Do VPNs Need To Be GDPR Compliant?

The past few months have been abuzz with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and how online businesses, including VPN providers, have updated their privacy policies. GDPR is applicable

IT Compliance

GDPR Was Painful, But What Happens Now?

With the GDPR deadline now passed, the sigh of relief from IT departments up and down the country was almost audible. IT teams were thrown the challenge of working out

Software

Are Black Hat Professionals Raising a White Flag on Privacy Protection?

A survey suggests top cybersecurity professionals are increasingly concerned about the safety of their own users and data.Some three quarters of security professionals polled suggest privacy and personal identity protection

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Top reasons CEOs should care about privacy

Privacy protection will undoubtedly be one of the defining issues of the internet age, and it’s important for leaders and companies to take notice and actively prevent breaches and protect