Effective data-protection technologies and processes require clear objectives that can be measured, improved over time, and—most importantly—aligned with your business and IT objectives.
With more organizations moving to IoT, hybrid and data-intelligent infrastructures, it has become even more important for IT...
Ransomware is a significant threat that can potentially devastate organizations. In fact, nearly two-thirds (65%) of respondents consider it one of the top three most serious threats to the viability of their organization.
To address this issue, it’s crucial to first comprehend its impact. So, despite being a...
The Polish data regulator launched a probe into OpenAI's ChatGPT for potential privacy violations of the European General Data Protection Regulation. The Polish regulator is the third European data protection agency to raise privacy concerns related to ChatGPT.
The British government on Thursday signed onto a European deal easing trans-Atlantic commercial data flows with the United States, telling Parliament that the United Kingdom will accede to a Brussels-led agreement that allows American firms such as Facebook and Google to store Europeans' data.
TikTok will pay Irish data privacy regulators 345 million euros to settle allegations that it violated the privacy of underage users. A TikTok spokesperson said the company disagreed with the Irish Data Protection Commission, saying the violations are based on features that no longer exist.
A Norway court sided with the country's data protection authority in a battle against Facebook over surveillance based-ads, ruling that the agency has the authority to tell the social media giant to temporarily halt behavioral tracking without explicit consent or face daily fines.
The U.K. plans to hold its first-ever global summit on artificial intelligence this November. Goals of the event include detailing AI risks and opportunities, building effective frameworks for using AI safely, and setting international standards to manage AI risks and enforce norms.
The French data regulator is calling on operators of large-scale databases to shore up defenses against a slew of threats including nation-states and sophisticated hackers capable of exploiting the supply chain or zero-day flaws. Next year CNIL will publish a set of cybersecurity recommendations.
Biden's Cybersecurity Executive Order has fueled seismic changes in software development practices.
According to new research from Sonatype, 92% of large enterprises have implemented or plan to adopt a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) in response to the Order. The research also highlights the increasing importance...
According to new research from Sonatype, 92% of large enterprises have implemented or plan to adopt a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) in response to President Biden’s Cybersecurity Executive Order. The research also highlights the increasing importance of open source hygiene in cybersecurity and an influx of...
Data protection agencies in Finland and Norway on Tuesday imposed a temporary data transfer ban on Russian ride-hailing app Yango over concerns that Moscow could access sensitive data of Europeans. The ban comes before a Russian law granting the FSB access to taxi users' data takes effect Sept. 1.
The Norwegian data regulator said it will start fining Facebook parent company Meta nearly $100,000 daily starting on Monday unless the social media giant stops showing users behavioral ads without their explicit consent. Privacy advocates call behavioral advertising a privacy violation.
Shadow IT strikes again: Britain's privacy watchdog has reprimanded the NHS Lanarkshire health board in Scotland after finding its staff used WhatsApp for the unauthorized sharing of patient data and images as a workaround for in-person clinical discussions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Unintended bias in artificial intelligence tops deliberate misuse when it comes to the privacy concerns around use of facial recognition in public areas, with data handled by AI, according to Harry Boje, data protection and privacy officer at Paydek.
Ransomware continues to be the biggest threat to the European healthcare sector, but the region also is experiencing an uptick in distributed denial-of-service attacks tied to hacktivist groups, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity warned.