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Patient Data and Medical Images Highly Vulnerable to Leaks: Experts

Protected patient data, including medical images, accessed through the public internet is a ticking bomb waiting to explode with a data breach. According to...

Mozilla Firefox Adopts CCPA for Worldwide Audience

New Year’s New Law – California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) came into effect from January 1, 2020. Mozilla was one of the first company...

6 Times Data Regulators Churned Out High Penalties in 2019

By Rudra Srinivas Data breaches and security incidents are becoming increasingly expensive. The risk of data breaches got higher after introducing the European Union’s General...

The Importance of Data Erasure to Safeguard Data Security

By Sunil Chandna, Co-Founder and CEO, Stellar  Data is growing at an incredible pace and this trend is expected to go steeper in the coming...

“CISO is key to inspiring a change of heart around security”

Joan Pepin is the CISO and VP of Operations for Auth0. She is responsible for the holistic security and compliance of Auth0’s platform, products,...

StockX hack: 6.8 million consumers’ data in jeopardy

Popular sneaker buying and selling hub, StockX, is the latest victim of a cyber attack after hackers penetrated into the system and stole sensitive...

Only 50 percent of organizations are ready to handle cyberattacks: Survey

Less than half of organizations are equipped with proper cyber defenses to thwart the possible cyber threats. According to the information security firm CyberArk,...

Major fines amid data breach concerns

We may be in 2019, but that doesn’t mean that the world’s biggest brands have prepared themselves for the massive threats to cybersecurity. One...

Countdown to GDPR: Brace yourself

This article featured in a CISO MAG's edition. Contributed by Raymond Teo, Senior Vice President, Business Development, APAC, NTT Security. In an uncertain world, one...

75 percent UK law firms unprepared for GDPR

According to a study constituted by CenturyLink Emea, nearly 75 percent of law firms in the United Kingdom are not ready for General Data...

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