By PrivSec Report2020-10-15T18:25:00+01:00
As countries across the world grapple with tracking the virus while protecting data and privacy, Ireland’s contact tracing app has had a better reception than most. PrivSec Report looks at the Irish app’s development and privacy journey.
Residential Mortgage Services (RMS) has agreed with New York state’s Department of Financial Services to pay $1.5m after failing to report a cyber breach.
Personal details of Malaysia Airlines’ Enrich frequent flyer programme members were exposed in a security breach via a third-party IT service provider lasting from March 2010 through to June 2019, it has emerged.
Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act, which will force companies to give consumers the right to opt out of data collection, has this week been signed into law.
Just one year after news broke of the shocking relationship between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, the scandal has lost none of its relevance in terms of how organisations worldwide handle data on consumers and employees.
PrivSec Report looks at some of the identification and verification technologies currently being used to ensure privacy and security in an increasingly complex banking landscape while ensuring user experience remains positive.
Half of large organisations will implement privacy-enhancing computation for processing data in untrusted environments within five years, Gartner has predicted.
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