As the business workforce increasingly goes remote, keeping your company’s data safe requires collaboration with your employees to secure their home networks.
5G will likely be a powerful asset to business operations, but is your security going to be able to keep up with it?
Blockchain will transform the supply chain in 2019.
Watch to see if strategic acquisitions and enterprise turning to open source to address security ends up as a trend in 2019.
Not all of the cybersecurity predictions surrounding AI and ML are positive.
In terms of 2018 security and compliance trends, AI and ML are generating buzz, but the jury is out on how (or if) they can be most effectively used.
Will the states be the movers and shakers of data privacy regulations and seemingly keep consumer interests as the priority or will Apple and other tech companies take the lead to benefit themselves?
Attitudes are changing about data privacy and protection. That is a good thing. The not-so-good thing is that organizations are struggling to keep up with changing regulations.
Experts disagree about whether the U.S. needs a federal data privacy law to replace the patchwork that now exists.
Many of the largest tech and communication companies will be meeting with Congress to discuss data privacy and to present ideas for federal data privacy regulations.
The new policy will require app developers to share how data is collected and how that data is used. And the policy only applies to applications, not to Apple itself.
Like so many things, GDPR sounds good in practice, but struggles to work in the real world. Will American data privacy laws work that way, too?
Unfortunately, many large companies have turned consumers into products rather than selling to them. This approach to data may backfire.