Organizations face many threats to their data systems and information. Knowing all of the fundamental elements to cyber safety is the first step to fulfilling these threats.
The reach of cyber protection is broad. The core regions are explained below, and some other fantastic cyber security plan must take all of them into consideration.
Privacy-conscious senators are worried that technology used by the government to prevent the coronavirus from spreading could be exploited for profit and fear.
Data protection authorities around the world are reiterating that in most scenarios, data protection laws do not stand in the way of the provision of healthcare and the management of public health issues.
A jury ruled the telecom is owed upwards to $420 million in damages after a Chinese company was caught stealing its trade secrets for radios.
While there have been some successes when it comes to getting women involved in tech, by and large, we haven't made enough progress.
The Department of Defense and its research facilities could be taking more steps to ensure steps around data protection are taken when sharing sensitive data, a federal audit revealed.
The New York Department of Financial Services is asking all regulated organizations to provide them with a COVID-19 preparedness plan, including an assessment of how susceptible each entity would be to increased cyberattacks.
Ex-Google engineer Anthony Levandowski plead guilty to trade secret theft last week, acknowleding he took a sensitive Google file before joining Uber.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services finalized two new rules designed to give patients better control over their data.
A one-time inspector general at the Department of Homeland Security was indicted on Friday on charges he conspired to steal the U.S. government's proprietary software and databases.
SC Labs' review highlights the visibility provided by the solution, its ability to identify, tag, and fingerprint sensitive data, and provide insider/external threat protection.
This armor safety company claims a former employee stole secrets via a USB drive and used them to net a multi-million dollar contract.
Two contractors claim the U.S. Air Force took their proprietary data and used it to develop, market, and sell their own version of a storage tank used by planes to fight fires.
Ponemon Institute's annual data breach readiness survey suggests the increased adoption of security technologies but the continuation of problems, like spear phishing attacks.
Th California Consumer Privacy Act is nebulous as it is. Potential changes to the state's privacy laws, slated for later this year, could cloud things further.
We're thrilled to share that Digital Guardian won the Best Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Solution at the 2020 SC Trust Awards at RSA Conference!
In charging four Chinese nationals with 2017's Equifax hack this week, the DOJ also said intellectual property - Equifax's own trade secrets - were stolen as part of the hack.
Digital Guardian is pleased to share that effective today, we've launched a new Managed Detection & Response (MDR) service to better help customers secure their most sensitive data.
Following an attack on a gas compression facility, CISA is urging organizations to take steps to safeguard their systems.
New legislation, introduced today, would give the agency authority to enforce data practices, launch investigations, and issue subpoenas.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center said this week it plans to double down on securing critical infrastructure, supply chain, the economy, democratic institutions, and cyber/technical operations.
Data loss prevention is one of eight key practices outlined by the SEC last week to enhance cybersecurity preparedness and operational resiliency.
In the healthcare sector, concerns about the spreading coronavirus outbreak have reignited discussion around HIPAA, protected health information, and when it's legal for healthcare providers to disclose patient records.
The settlement, one of the highest in US history, is a testament to robust privacy legislation.
In a criminal trial, prosecutors for the now defunct fitness tracking company Jawbone are alleging the ex-employee stole studies the company considered its “crown jewels" before joining Fitbit.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission has announced that it's looking into Google yet again - this time for the way it processes user location data and transparency.
The U.S. HHS released a draft of its federal health IT plan for 2020-2025 and health and privacy are top of mind.
The employees allegedly stole confidential information belonging to the company, including batch production control records for drug manufacturing, according to reports.
A new bill in California would amend the CCPA and further health data exemptions - namely data that's been de-identified in the eyes of HIPAA.
The U.S. military fears OPSEC failures as more troops are deployed to the Middle East, an app exposes the sensitive data of babies, and a site helping Australian bushfire victims becomes a victim itself - catch up on the week's news with the Friday Five.