U.S. data protection laws often widely permit using data for profit but are more restrictive of socially beneficial uses.
More email users fell for scams using CAPTCHA technology in 2020, a new report from security firm Proofpoint shows.
The FPF released a report “Insights into the future of data protection enforcement: Regulatory strategies of European Data Protection Authorities for 2021-2022”
Human error is the top cause of serious breaches but malicious attacks are IT leaders’ biggest concern.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants to put a number on a person’s trust in artificial intelligence.
Restricting data flows in Europe might lead to economic damage worth €2 trillion by 2030, roughly the size of Italy’s economy, and result in two million fewer new jobs, a new industry study has warned.
Verizon Business 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report sheds light on how the most common forms of cyber attacks affected the international security.
The average total cost of recovery from a ransomware attack has more than doubled in a year, the average ransom paid is $170,404.
States Are Moving on Privacy Bills. Over 4 in 5 Voters Want Congress to Prioritize Protection of Online Data
Public support for Congress to pass a national standard is holding strong, with 83 percent of voters saying it should be a “top” or “important, but lower” congressional priority this year.
The Global Trends 2040 report envisions a rough ride ahead for the planet, with accelerating contests over resources, governments struggling to meet citizens’ aspirations and increased fragmentation of communities.