This week, a bipartisan report released by the Cyberspace Solarium Commission found that the U.S. was facing multiple cybersecurity challenges and could suffer lasting damage if national infrastructure was compromised.
New York is about to change the game for businesses as it implements the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act, or more commonly referred to as the SHIELD Act.
The Singapore government is investing heavily in data security as part of its new 3-year plan which it sees as crucial in protecting citizen data.
Yahoo will be offering compensation to some of the 3 billion users affected by several data breaches occurring between 2012-2016.
France is taking extra steps when it comes to data security. Is your business degaussing its hard drives?
This year, France has been stepping up its efforts to combat cyber threats, and compromised data.
Microsoft have announced that they will adapt the principles of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) on the first day of the New Year.
California’s new CCPA law is predicted to make a significant impact on companies and how they handle people’s personal information.
The datasets businesses are processing are going up in value as personal information enters the spotlight.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is seen as the GDPR equivalent for the state, and will require businesses to implement strict data policies to protect consumers and personal information.