GDPR

The Basics Of Choosing The Best Webhosting Service

How to choose a web hosting plan: Various vendors offer webhosting service, but how should people choose which server to use? The point is the balance between cost and functionality. The cost of the webhosting server can vary considerably from a few dollars to several thousand dollars or more a month. What is the difference

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Is Infrastructure-As-A-Service The Future Of Corporate Computing?

Ask any system administrator today, and we will hear from them that attempts from unknown outside parties infiltrating their systems are happening on a daily basis. Yes, guys welcome to the 21st-century corporate computing era. We live in a world where cyber warfare is raging globally, between nations, between firms and between groups and individuals.

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GDPR Compliance: Things that Companies Tend to Overlook

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which is the European Union’s new privacy regulation, came into effect in May 2018. The compliance rules of the GDPR, though they seem to be simple, do have some minor complications and hence companies that seek to comply with the regulation should see to it that they don’t overlook

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Facebook In Hot Water Again In 2019? 3rd Party Android Apps Send User Data to Facebook Servers Without User Consent Observed

Facebook will be in the hot seat of controversy once more this New Year, as Privacy International’s keynote presentation in the 35th Chaos Communication Congress has publicly revealed that the social media giant gets hold of user data from 3rd party Android apps. This revelation involves users with specific user installed apps that have nothing

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How Can AI Assist In The Prevention Of Attacks?

The threat landscape is dynamic, and it is fair to say humanity is both intrigued and scared by Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a trusted defense against cyber attacks. From birth, a newborn baby relies on interaction, information, and stimulus to grow and mature mentally, thereby ensuring it progress and overall advancement. AI—sometimes referred to as

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Big Tech Now In Big Trouble With New GDPR Laws

America prides itself on being innovative, industrious, and independent—all commendable attributes. Until, as with any polarity, they swing too far in one direction. This appears to be the case when it comes to being slow on the uptake in regulating consumer privacy and data protection on the internet. Today’s commercial practices have grown over the

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This Is How California’s Privacy Law Has Left The GDPR In The Dust

When the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became law on May 25, 2018, it set an impressive precedent for data privacy and digital rights—but it also sent shockwaves throughout the tech industry. Consequently, some web services such as Klout, which measures one’s social media influence, had to shut down, while other companies

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Why Australia Is Sick And Tired Of No Young Cybersecurity Professionals

Similar to Japan, Australia is one of the few countries with a growing elderly population—and even though both economies are stable and strong, this reality will soon need some attention. For Australians, one of the biggest threats to their future is the lack of younger, skilled cybersecurity professionals who can uphold industry best practices. The

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Ponemon Institute And IBM Reveal The Disturbing Cost Of A Data Breach

Ponemon Institute in partnership with IBM has recently launched the 2018 Cost of Data Breach report. It comes with a corresponding calculator to give companies a close estimate of the possible business cost if they become a victim of a data breach or security attack. Cost of Data Breach is a yearly report released publicly,

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These Simple Lessons Could Prevent The Loss Of Your Data

The recent implementation of GDPR and the race for increased corporate compliance with issues of privacy has generated a lot of noise in the cybersecurity industry, most of which stems from a lack of overall understanding about the new measures—and what they mean for the future of online business. An article recently published by Motherboard suggests

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