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Protect the Connected! Will IoT Ever be 100% Secure?

The National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) for the U.S., which started on October 1, continues to raise awareness on the significance of cybersecurity in...

“BAHAMUT” Swims into Legitimate Accounts to Spread Disinformation

Security experts from BlackBerry uncovered the cyber espionage group dubbed “BAHAMUT” targeting several government officials and major industries via various disinformation campaigns. In its...

Second Largest GDPR Fine! H&M Fined €35.2 Mn for Violating Employees’...

Popular fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz Online Shop A.B. & Co KG (H&M) was fined €35.2 (US$41.1 million) by the Hamburg Commissioner for Data...

Data Security Requires a Holistic View

Public and private enterprises across all verticals must be concerned with the secure handling of personally identifiable information (PII) of their employees and customers,...

“Locking down access is not the answer, but controlling and understanding...

Enterprise security challenges witnessed a sudden uptick due to the spike in work from home. A recent study commissioned by Juniper and conducted by Vanson...

Whistle-Blower Reports to ICO Increase by 34% in the Last Year

Ever since the GDPR was introduced, disclosure of security incidents via whistle-blower reports has increased significantly. According to a report from RPC, a legal...

“COVID-19 is a humanitarian crisis but also emerging as a data...

Data security has become the talk of the town and is being discussed over a cup of coffee to a beer in hand, and...

Google Ads Gear-up to Implement SCC Post EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Invalidation

On July 16, 2020, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) annulled the “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield” framework, which was accepted by the European Union (EU)...

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Regarded Invalid by ECJ

In a landmark judgment, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) annulled the “EU-U.S. Privacy Shield,” which was introduced in July 2016. The ECJ found...

Hacker Infiltrates 22,900 Unsecured MongoDB Databases to Demand Ransom

An unknown hacker took control of over 22,900 unsecured MongoDB databases that were left online without password protection, a number that accounts for roughly47%...

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