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Is Google Violating GDPR By Tracking EU Users?

Consumer groups in Europe argue Google doesn’t have a valid legal basis for processing users’ location data and is processing personal information that violates the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Google is in hot water with a handful of… Read More

How Can Companies Move The Needle On Enterprise Cloud Security Risks And Compliance?

More than ever, customers understand their right to data privacy. As major brands continue to lose sensitive data to cybercriminals in high-profile cloud security failures, customer trust in companies across industries is fading. Only 25 percent of consumers believe… Read More

Data Breach Reports See 75% Increase In Last Two Years

Data breaches are up 75% in two years, finds a report from the Information Commissioner (ICO). The study, carried out by Kroll, took into account an array of personal data, including health, financial and employment details. Access to this… Read More

Don’t Undermine Data Security Investments by Dismissing Data Governance

The current state of data privacy is grim and consumers don’t believe that anyone is doing enough to protect their data. The constant deluge of data privacy mishaps from giants like Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, and the major Equifax… Read More

New Privacy Laws Require Security Professionals To Up Their Game

Two recent privacy laws — GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act (AB-375) – focus more attention on protecting the digital privacy of individuals. Both laws will require security professionals to up their game. In this post I will… Read More