Most people do not know that ethical hackers are people who are hired to think like a hacker or bad actor. They meticulously probe a company's systems to find any weaknesses and bring them to the attention of the business before the bad actors exploit them. Ethical hacking is an investment that companies in the modern world can't afford to do without.
2020 is here and companies that fall under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) requirements need to take immediate actionable steps now. Non-compliant businesses will not only face hefty fees but potentially adverse impacts to their brand, a loss of customers and negative PR. What are three tips to ensure your enterprise complies with the CCPA?
The use of IP-based access control solutions to manage employee comings and goings has dramatically increased in recent years. The Internet of Things (IoT) has added connectivity to an abundance of devices that better facilitate access which has users – and potential users – rightfully concerned about the security of these newer technologies.
On Friday, February 28, 2020 the Washington House Innovation, Technology & Economic Development Committee (ITED) voted to pass a strengthened version of the Washington Privacy Act (WPA) out of committee. On February 14, the Washington Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass the WPA. Yet, after moving to the House, the WPA encountered substantial resistance from privacy advocates. At a public hearing on February 21, 2020 privacy advocates argued against the WPA’s lack of a private right of action, facial recognition provisions and preemption of local laws, among other things.