A lawsuit by an Idaho-based data marketing and analytics vendor against the U.S. Federal Trade Commission is the latest legal dispute spotlighting growing privacy concerns related to the tracking and collection of consumers' healthcare-related and location data.
Hybrid war includes cyberattacks, critical infrastructure attacks and efforts to get information. Victoria Beckman, director of Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit in the Americas, says Ukraine used a national cybersecurity strategy to withstand such attacks from Russia and so can other countries.
How do you figure out whether you’re ready for a pen test, a Red Team engagement, or a combination? One in five organizations do not test their software for security vulnerabilities, and even more aren't aware that you can combine both of these strategies to assess your network's security from all angles. Stop...
U.S. companies could see new cybersecurity rules and restrictions on consumer data collection under a rule-making process initiated by the FTC. No regulatory outcome is guaranteed, but today's advanced notice of proposed rule-making is a first step to new data security and privacy regulations.
Facebook pixels, Twitter links, advertising cookies– most of these third-party scripts are also trackers that collect customer data and share it with a host of downstream partners. Join us for a deep dive into browser privacy risks and the emerging privacy laws that could wreak havoc with your web ops.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission recently initiated a potentially yearslong attempt to impose new data security and privacy regulations on the American economy. Facebook pixels, Twitter links, and advertising cookies– will all be affected.
To discuss these issues and more, we've compiled a panel who will debate...
Two hacking incidents - one reported by a Texas-based substance abuse treatment network that operates in several states and the other by a New Mexico community health center - have affected the sensitive medical information of nearly 300,000 individuals.
OneTrust has put nearly $1 billion in investment to good use, helping companies address data governance, security assurance, third-party risk and more, Chief Strategy Officer Blake Brannon says. OneTrust has taken on challenges such as monitoring the ethical use of data and verifying compliance.
The challenge to secure every login grows. With the rise of a remote workforce and the rapid adoption of cloud applications, businesses need to ensure security while enabling their employees to work from anywhere.
But it’s not just about security. Passwords are a source of frustration, decreased efficiency, and...
Code.org likes to practice what they teach: Internet safety. Since 2013, Code.org has been on a mission to increase participation and diversity in computer science. A growing team managing projects across the United States and an increase in staff turnover led to concerns over password security. To address those...
Twitter confirms that a zero-day vulnerability allowed threat actors to gain access to the personal information of 5.4 million user account profiles. The company was notified about this specific vulnerability in Twitter's systems through its bug bounty program in January.
The government of India withdrew a long-anticipated personal data protection bill from Parliament. The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to instead introduce a comprehensive framework of global standard laws including digital privacy laws
This edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the latest ransomware trends from the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, findings from the first-ever Cyber Safety Review Board on the Log4j incident, and how security and privacy leaders are harmonizing new U.S. privacy laws.
Some experts predict cyber insurance rates will increase 40-75% in the near future, and MSPs need to take action now to protect their profits and businesses in 2022 and beyond. The panelists will explore why ransomware attacks are at the heart of these increases. This webinar features expert insights from:
In his role as CISO of intelliflo, veteran leader John Rouffas manages cybersecurity, risk and privacy - all in one role. And in doing so, he says, "I like to fly by the seat of my pants a bit." He explains his unique approach to leadership and mentoring.