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IT security professionals are struggling to secure their organisations and protect them against breaches with 61 per cent claiming to have experienced a data breach at their current employer,
Cisco 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study placed India amongst the leading nations globally in their preparedness towards GDPR.
From data compliance and cybersecurity, to emerging trends such as the autonomous car, 2019 holds a lot in store for organizations looking to keep up with these changing demands.
Cyber underwriters want to know the future of data privacy 10 years from now, says James Tuplin of AXA XL
Cyber liability is an evolving type of insurance. None of us knows for sure how the data privacy landscape might look in five, ten, or 20 years’ time.
Gemalto has backtracked from its finding of 1.2 billion Aadhaar data breach in the first half of 2018, which it had stated in a recently released Breach Level Index Report 2018.
Cybersecurity firm Radware has launched Cloud Malware Protection Service which company claimed has been built to detect, alert and block upon evasive zero-day malware that elude existing anti-malware defenses and steal data.
Data Privacy 2018: The exploitation of data is happening at a massive scale. So, like never before in the history, the data privacy is more relevant and important today
Cisco global study finds estimated average delay of nearly two months in sales cycles; privacy-mature businesses experience 80 percent shorter sales delays
With growing influence of regulators on data management, technology could be the saviour of corporations
New global legislations, such as the MiFID2, Dodd-Frank and, GDPR extend the influence and power of regulators to require corporations to comply. So, the focus now shifts to effective management of data
AI, machine learning, data protection laws will dominate the technology world in 2018, writes Sridhar Iyengar