Consumers can easily identify opportunities to opt out of sharing personal data through the first-of-its-kind “Opt-Out Easy” browser plug-in developed by researchers from Carnegie Mellon’s CyLab Security and Privacy Institute. The plug-in makes opt-out choices more accessible to users, automatically extracting privacy information from websites’ policies and presenting it in a user-friendly way.
Donna Roy, Executive Director of the Information Sharing and Services Office at the Department of Homeland Security in the Office of the CIO, will be joining the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as CIO.
Within the enterprise security and risk management community, there’s no debate about the financial impact of business downtime — a single hour of downtime can mean over $100,000 in losses for the overwhelming majority of businesses. But the consequences of downtime aren’t just monetary; they can be reputational as well.
The University of West Florida is launching a new degree program in direct response to increased workforce demand in STEM fields. Beginning in Fall 2019, UWF will offer a Master of Science in Cybersecurity.
Taking advantage of technology and digitization involves more than business strategy. It requires strong data governance principles which, among other things, must align the functional demands of an organization’s cybersecurity, privacy and information management teams.
This self-developed chipset delivers stellar video surveillance with key features that include 150 dB WDR performance, clear images in low-light locations, extensive bandwidth savings, a convenient USB port, various analytics, dual SD card slots and accurate stabilization.
Access governance is currently one of the hottest topics when it comes to organizations securing their networks and data. Data breaches from outside hackers has always been big news – consider the coverage of the Target and Sony hacks, just to name a few of recent years.
More than 5,000 vascular or thoracic patients seen between 2012 and 2015 at Sentara hospitals in Virginia. That’s what Norfolk, Virginia-based Sentara Healthcare discovered in November of 2016 within one of its third-party vendors.
Employees need to get their work done without oppressive security protocols, but they need to do so safely. If the team erects too many barriers, employees will find workarounds that jeopardize security.