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Identity Theft

The Top Security Breaches in History

By Telemessage, Technology has indeed enabled companies of all sizes and nature to rethink and innovate the way they do business. Through the power of the internet, digital platforms, and

Industry Insights

Cybersecurity and ethical data management: Getting it right

Data can provide information, information can lead to insight and knowledge, and knowledge is power. It’s no wonder, then, that seemingly everybody in this modern, computerized world of ours loves

Software

Demise of the Digital Society?

There is no denying that the world wide web has revolutionized every aspect of modern society, from business to communication to entertainment. With the spread of high-speed internet across the

Software

The Role of Blockchain in Data Security

The rapid advances in digital technology over the past several decades have also brought to the fore new challenges around data privacy and security. As a result, hacks, identity theft

Industry Insights

Destructive Cyberattacks Spiked in Q3

Instead of simply fleeing when discovered, adversaries are actively engaging with incident response teams, a new Carbon Black study finds. New data gathered from more than three dozen providers of

Cloud

Organizations feel ready to put highly sensitive data in the cloud

Many corporate employees are ready to store highly sensitive data in the cloud. However, many are still skeptical of the security posture of their own organizations, according to an Armor poll that

Hardware/Network

Overcoming Common SD-WAN Security Mistakes

Digital transformation is about much more than moving workflows to the cloud and adopting IoT. It is about retooling the entire network to make it faster, more efficient, much more

IT Compliance

Cathay Pacific Breach

Cathay Pacific has announced a data breach affecting 9.4m passengers. The key details are as follows 4 million passengers of Cathay and its unit Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited had been

BYOD/Big Data

The Hub of All Things: Are you collecting personal data the wrong way?

Jonathan Holtby, Community Manager at the Hub of All Things (HAT), explains to Information Age why the way organisations collect personal data is fundamentally brokenLast year, the Economist ran a

IT Compliance

Increased dark web activity putting merchants and consumers at risk

Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting retailers and their customers through digital and social channels as retailers leverage new channels for increased revenue opportunities.In a joint report, IntSights scoured the Clear and