Category: Privacy

Privacy, Security

Security Think Tank: Beware security blind spots at the edge

September 4, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

While the traditional idea of the centralised datacentre is not going anywhere anytime soon, there is growing recognition that the way in which organisations process, store and analyse data is changing. The operating models of many organisations now point to […]

Privacy, Security

Security Think Tank: Datacentre security is a business imperative

September 3, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

We have seen unprecedented change in business and user working styles. Some businesses have moved exclusively to cloud and datacentre, some have done what looks the opposite and started bringing the edge of their network back into a physical domain […]

Privacy, Security

Security Think Tank: Seven steps to edge security

September 2, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

Compute and storage decentralisation is a pattern that modern organisations are considering in their roadmap with growing interest. This is in order to cope with limited latency tolerance and bandwidth availability typical of 5G applications and emerging IoT (internet of […]

Computing, Data Management, Privacy, Security

9 ways to build privacy into your cloud applications

August 31, 2020

Via: Info World

Privacy is one of those nebulous ideas that everyone loves. Delivering it, though, is a job that’s full of nuance and tradeoffs. Turn the dial too far to one side and the databases are useless. Turn it too far in […]

Privacy, Security

What are the latest GDPR security breach enforcement trends?

August 26, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

In the run-up to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in 2018, the increased level of fines combined with a raft of new and enhanced data protection obligations created a big stir. Some organisations sprang into action, […]

Privacy, Security

Apple was conflicted over right-to-repair stance, emails show

July 30, 2020

Via: The Verge

Apple hasn’t always known what public position to take on right-to-repair policies and legislation, according to recently published internal emails. The 2019 discussion, provided to Congress for its antitrust investigation, highlights the Apple PR team’s struggle to keep public messaging […]

Cybersecurity, Privacy, Security

The Security Interviews: What CISOs can learn from Covid-19

June 30, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

More than three months into the global Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, we have all become familiar with the advice on how not to catch this mysterious and horrible disease, which some people seem to be able to shake off with ease, […]

Privacy, Security

IoT buyers eye private network deployments for added security

May 28, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

More organisations adopting the internet of things (IoT) into their IT strategies are considering implementing or already setting up fully-private networks to guard against cyber security threats, according to a report produced by analysts at Omdia on behalf of Syniverse, […]

Gadgets, Mobile, Privacy, Security

Google wants your Nest secured with two-factor authentication

May 5, 2020

Via: Phone Arena

Carefree days are over for Nest users, as Google tightens its security policies. The company will require an additional step when people try to log into their Nest account. “When a new login is initiated, you’ll receive an email from […]

Computing, Hacking, Privacy, Security, Software & Applications

Under the spotlight, video apps rush to strengthen security

April 28, 2020

Via: Computer Weekly

With widespread attention focused on the likes of Zoom and other unified communications and collaboration (UCC) applications during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, the sector is moving to address privacy and security problems more quickly than is typical in the industry, […]