Creating more democratic, private world for personal data by ‘hacking economics’ HAT microserver lets you keep your data, sharing with permission via contracts
Failure to review the PDPA leaves citizens vulnerable to exploitation Repeated sharing of info with unknown stakeholders felt like an invasion of privacy
Funding will allow team to roll out new personal data infrastructure globally Seeking forward looking developers to build ethical, useful, data-rich websites & apps
The regulation will affect businesses of all sizes due to its extra-territorial reach.
The urge to go online the moment they reach foreign soil sees a high proportion of people connecting to unsecured WiFi networks, thus putting their personal data at risk, according to a study by Kaspersky Lab.
Discovered in 2009, Skimer was the first malicious programme to target ATMs. Seven years later, cybercriminals are reusing the malware but both the crooks and the programme have evolved, according to Kaspersky Lab.
Cybercriminals have shifted their focus from traditional financial markets to targeting the retail sector, according to the annual NTT 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report.
People are still recklessly sharing private information over the Internet in risky situations, despite the fact that information shared online can cost them a relationship or a job, according to Kaspersky Lab.
A Kaspersky Lab expert has conducted real field research at a private clinic in an attempt to explore its security weaknesses and how to address them.
To maintain the trust of customers, it is no longer adequate for organisations to fulfil compliance and security obligations; they must move towards implementing a digital ethics framework, write Subra Suppiah & Florin Rotar of Avanade.