Medical Record Breach Lack of Security

Medical Details of Over 24 Million Patients Exposed Online

Imagine a data leak that an average computer user could have found with a few simple clicks on an online site. Researchers at Greenbone Networks found the personally identifiable information and medical images of over 24 million by simply visiting … Continue Reading

GDPR Company Compliance

Companies Still Not Prepared to Follow GDPR Compliance Laws

It has been over a year since the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) took effect, yet a recent study found that companies worldwide have not been adhering to the policies. A study conducted by the Ponemon Institute … Continue Reading

Google Privacy Library for Data Analysis

Google Privacy Library Protects User Data During Analyzation

At a time when data security is increasingly important, Google’s new library is a welcome addition to the world of technology. With millions of internet users around the world (and that number continues to grow), data protection is a leading … Continue Reading

Multi-cloud Deployment Security Risks

Multiple Cloud Deployments Lead to Vulnerabilities

While corporations have adapted the cloud service as a way to make their business operations smoother and more accessible, the more cloud services that are used, the greater the risk of a data breach. A report by Nominet states that … Continue Reading

Airlines Use Facial Recognition for Boarding

Airline Technology Grows with Facial Recognition for Boarding

Airport security has become stricter since the September 11, 2001 tragedy. Now, a new type of security is protecting passengers. This technology is called facial recognition, or as termed by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), a “biometric system.” … Continue Reading