Most consumers don’t understand what can be done with someone’s personal data, which means that the greatest threat is simply the vulnerabilities we haven’t thought of yet.
Companies and individuals must protect their data as they would their physical assets. Spend a little extra on digital security software. Monitor your systems for vulnerabilities, scan and update often, implement firewall protection, change passwords often and never repeat them, and purge legacy systems. By actively promoting good cyber hygiene practices, servers, personal computers, mobile phone and IoT devices’ data will be better protected and outside attacks will be thwarted.
The personal details of about 106 million individuals across the US and Canada were stolen in a hack targeting financial services firm Capital One, the company has revealed.
…[G]oogle inadequately protected kids using the video-streaming service and improperly collected their data - a breach of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
We have had an influx of hospitals asking us to help them to help make the hospital a safer place for both patients and staff. With a recent study indicating over 75% of hospitals are increasing security budgets, we are seeing a rapid increase in our customers developing security initiatives within their organizations .