What Data Protection Officers Need to Know for GDPR
IT managers for manufacturing companies are relying more and more on biometrics to keep their company's online platforms secure.
We explore the rise of biometric authentication systems replacing decades-old identity verification processes.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is just around the corner: it comes into effect on May 25, 2018. If you feel a refresher on this far-reaching privacy law is in order, here it is.
Even with all of the groundwork in place, ERP projects still can fail. From bad partner chemistry to improper internal communication and team building to issues that happen during "go-live", the last mile is often the hardest.
The U.S. Secret Service is warning financial institutions about a new scam involving the temporary theft of chip-based debit cards issued to large corporations.
In high-risk database environments, database administration needs to be approached as a strategy -- not a fire-and-forget it proposition. An effective way to reduce strain on DBAs and risks to security and business performance is to outsource database governance.
This a guest post by Doug Aley, CRO of Ever AI. Imagine a world in which frictionless interactions allow enterprises to provide superior service...
This is the first of a regular series of features that outline a typical day in the life of a chief information security officer, who are at the front lines of defending organizations against the rising tide of cybercrime.
The biggest cyber attack began last week, spreading to more than 150 countries and infecting 200,000 machines. The outbreak is a ransomware threat, WanaCrypt0r...