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We like to assign blame. It seems it’s human nature to be totally knowledgeable in areas that don’t involve us at all.
I’d like to believe that all readers will use this post to prepare for a ‘what if’ scenario but the sad truth is that some of you are reacting to a data breach and lack an incident response plan.
How much customers care about data breaches is often dependent on the type of customer data obtained by attackers.
According to Seven-Eleven, some 900 customers using its mobile payment service called 7pay have lost a total of 55 million yen ($510,000) due to unauthorized access to their accounts.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: We are living in the age of the data breach. Now more than ever, our lives are defined by the massive data sets built from our online presence, and now more than ever, they are routinely disrupted when those data sets fall into...
The use of big data by enterprises is almost commonplace at this point, with advocates claiming it aids decision-making, increases revenue and productivity and decreases operational costs. But it comes at a cost to data privacy.
How is it that so many organizations focus on perimeter defense but do little to protect the target data inside that perimeter? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to protect sensitive data even if the network is breached?
2018 will go down as the year that the rules changed for data privacy and data protection standards. I’m of course referring to the GDPR that was enacted in May 2018.
Today, the world's largest hotel chain, Marriott International, disclosed what may be turn out to be one of the largest data breaches in history.