Zoom has reached a settlement with the New York state attorney general's office to provide better security and privacy controls for its videoconferencing platform. Meanwhile, the company announced it's acquiring a start-up encryption company.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the many challenges involved in developing and implementing contact-tracing apps to help in the battle against COVID-19. Also featured: A discussion of emerging privacy issues and a report on why account takeover fraud losses are growing.
Today, privacy extends to a wide range of personal data and informa-tion that may be stored on personal digital devices, in corporate data centers and even in the cloud. In this ebook, we'll explore how building trust can help you build your business in a privacy-conscious world and focus on the principles that form...
Despite the need to battle COVID-19, several nations' in-development digital contact-tracing apps are already dogged by security and privacy concerns. Whether enough users will ever trust these apps to make them effective remains a major question. Is it too late to get more projects back on track?
Traditional perimeter defenses are dead and organizations are under greater pressure to embrace new approaches to cyber security that reduce costs, increase ROI and provide business resilience in light of the current climate with Covid-19.
With 2020 being a year for safe bets only, this webinar will reflect on...
Google and Apple on Monday released privacy and security guidelines for their jointly developed contact-tracing infrastructure. The companies note that apps developed using their APIs can only be developed by or for public health authorities - and solely to collect information to trace COVID-19 infections.
The ability to support remote workers can help improve an organization's business continuity plan. It allows the organization to adapt when unforeseen circumstances, such as natural disasters or a pandemic, make it impossible for employees to work on-site.
Under these circumstances, an organization may be forced to...
Technology is no panacea, including for combating COVID-19. While that might sound obvious, it's worth repeating because some governments continue to hype contact-tracing apps. Such apps won't magically identify every potential exposure. But they could make manual contact-tracing programs more effective.
Ransomware, phishing, extortion scams - they all are
using COVID-19 themes. But socially engineered attacks
were already on the rise before the pandemic, say Olesia
Klevchuk and Nishant Taneja of Barracuda, who share
insights on the evolution of cloud-based email defenses.
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The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the rising costs of ransomware attacks and the latest victims. Also featured: An assessment of Australia's new contact-tracing app designed to help battle the spread of COVID-19, and a discussion of applying the "zero trust" model to the remote workforce.
As Google and Apple prepare to offer a jointly developed infrastructure for contact-tracing smartphone apps to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a privacy advocacy group, is raising concerns about the risks involved.
A shareholder has filed a lawsuit against LabCorp and 12 of its executives and directors - including the medical testing company's CIO - over two data breaches, including the 2019 breach of one of its vendors, American Medical Collection Agency, which affected millions of patients.
Before COVID-19, the privacy discussion this year was mainly about the California Consumer Privacy Act. Now it's about healthcare data sharing, contact tracing and monitoring remote workers. Omer Tene of the IAPP discusses the pandemic's influence on global privacy concerns.
Four CISOs, two CEOs, one global crisis. These are the ingredients for an exclusive panel discussion on how enterprises have emerged from the cybersecurity challenges of COVID-19 and how they are building the foundation for an entirely new way to live and work post-pandemic.