used with permission from Microsoft Secure by Diana Kelly, Program Manager Evangelist Unless you were stranded on a deserted island or participating in a zen digital fast chances are you’ve heard plenty about the massive Equifax breach and the head-rolling fallout. In the flurry of headlines and advice about credit freezes an important part of
used with permission from IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub by Richard Hogg At the end of September, I presented at the annual InfoGovCon17 conference, in sunny Providence, RI. I introduced information privacy, a key part of unified governance that’s accelerated by the pending EU GDPR that goes live in less than 240 days. I
used with permission from FTC.gov by John Krebs You’ve heard about the “dark web” and wondered how it affects businesses — including small businesses. That was one of the topics addressed at an FTC conference earlier this year on identity theft. Recent headlines about high-profile data breaches have added even more urgency to the discussion.
used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com by Anne Field Increasingly, banks and credit card companies are trying out biometrics to authenticate a cardholder’s identity. Online credit card fraud is soaring. And, it’s still pretty darn prevalent in the offline world. In fact, global credit card fraud will exceed $35.54 billion in 2020, up from $16.3
You’ve read recent news stories about a vulnerability discovered in the WPA2 encryption standard. (Some reports refer to it as KRACK — Key Reinstallation Attack.) Should this be of concern to your business? Yes. Does it warrant further action at your company? Absolutely. If you or anyone at your business uses a smartphone, laptop, or