While cyber attacks on well-known large companies such as British Airways and T-Mobile tend to grab all the headlines, it’s smaller businesses that are much more likely to fall victim.
When you take into consideration our interconnected lifestyles today, we must consider how to balance security, privacy and functionality when we utilize Internet-based resources.
Cybersecurity and data privacy are significant public interest issues. There's little doubt that the companies we choose to do business with can be doing a much better job at protecting the data we entrust them with. So why aren't they?
To its supporters in Russia, it is a necessary and responsible cybersecurity measure. To its critics, it raises the prospect of censorship.
Smart-Speaker Makers May Be Recording Users To Improve Natural Language Processing At Expense Of Privacy
Natural Language Processing is a very hot topic these days because it allows for machine learning algorithms to analyze large amounts of data in order to improve voice functionality and response to voice commands over time.
Last week, Canada’s federal Privacy Commissioner issued its decision in the Equifax data breach, citing several concerns with security safeguards and governance processes against Equifax Canada and its US parent company, Equifax Inc.
Users of Microsoft email services such as Hotmail, MSN and Outlook have been warned to be vigilant after the tech giant admitted some user accounts were compromised.
In a search reminiscent of the Clancy-esque techno-thrillers of the 1980s, Japan and the United States are frantically searching for an F-35 Lightning and pilot that went missing from radar Tuesday night.
Americans routinely hemorrhage personally identifiable information (PII) across social media and other websites.