Posts tagged with privacy

Blog · Cybercrime · Data Security

U.S. Moves to Track Cryptocurrency Transactions

Staying safe while online remains a major concern for most Internet users. Companies of all sizes and across all industries are taking whatever steps necessary to keep their employees safe and...

Blog · Cloud · Cybersecurity Strategy · Data Security

The Cloud Presents New Risks for Financial Services

The world’s major financial institutions know the winds of change are here. They are well aware that if they stick to traditional banking methods underpinned by decades-old technology they will be...

Cybersecurity Strategy · Data Security

ISPs make a play for control of data privacy

Forget Facebook, forget Google, forget Amazon – privacy defenders they most certainly are not, but their transgressions may prove to be nothing compared to the privacy threat currently posed by the...

Data Security

Extended Mass Surveillance Increases Pressure to Keep Data Comms Private

Congress has approved a six-year extension of Section 702 of the U.S. surveillance law. This means the continuation of PRISM, the controversial mass surveillance program first exposed by Edward...

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Internet of Things · Smart City · VPN

Smart cities must respect privacy at heart

“Between the mind that plans and the hands that build there must be a Mediator, and this must be the heart.”  This famous line from Germany's 1927 masterpiece, Metropolis, continues to resonate today.

Expert Q&A · IT policy · Mobile

What are the Biggest Risks of BYOD?

*Editor’s Note: This column originally appeared in TechTarget’s SearchEnterpriseWAN.com.

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