A full 98 percent of US enterprises have embarked on information governance (IG) projects, dramatically up from just 10 percent last year.
Privacy advocates say facial recognition can be an agent of authoritarian surveillance; others say it's an invaluable tool to combat kidnapping, locate lost children and track down criminals on the run.
Schneider Electric on Tuesday issued fixes for a vulnerability its SoMachine Basic software that could result in disclosure and retrieval of arbitrary data.
Cloud migration and automated systems, data privacy and encryption all remain central issues for the FBI as it considers its mandate and role in the modern digital age.
As the popularity around cryptocurrency has continued to rise in 2018, it has also paved an easy path for cash-hungry scammers to launch “cryptocurrency giveaway scams.”
GDPR may be going in effect Friday, but U.S. citizens have a ways to go before seeing similar privacy regulations from the U.S government.
The new hardware-based protections Intel announced earlier in March it was embedding into new chips will only protect against Spectre and Meltdown – but not the newly disclosed Variant 4, sources said.
After an Alexa speaker recorded and shared a private conversation, the tech community is casting a wary eye on voice assistant privacy issues.
Millions of IoT devices based on the Z-Wave wireless protocol are vulnerable to a downgrade attack during pairing sessions.
Several well-rated pet trackers contain flaws stemming from the use of Bluetooth LE, poor certificate handling and more.