Data Privacy Day takes place annually on January 28th in recognition of the January 28, 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty concerning privacy and data protection. This day, led officially by The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), is an international effort to “create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data, and enabling trust”.
In today's digital world, the chance of information-related security breaches is high. Is your company's data security plan up to date and bullet proof?
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The amount of data stored on electronic systems today is exploding and growing at an exponential rate. Data breaches, privacy concerns, and growing e-discovery costs continue to evolve how organizations approach controlling their business data while balancing worker productivity. Aged or poor data hygiene can further increase organizational inefficiencies, in aggregate costing billions annually.
IoT, or the Internet of Things, is a grand ambition of the most influential kind. It is a unified goal that seeks to create an internet age of unity and equality that we may not ever see in any other industry. In this article, we will explain why cybersecurity will save IoT and let us progress well into the future with greatly reduced hazard.
The threat of a hack is greater than it ever has been before with technology now reaching all parts of the world and granting access to the internet uniformly. The effects of such hacks has been seen in the news lately as well as major corporations like Sony, Yahoo and Equifax experience the terrible consequences of cyber breaches.