Nearly Half of Organizations Can’t Tell If Their IoT Devices Were Breached, Finds Study

Nearly Half of Organizations Can’t Tell If Their IoT Devices Were Breached, Finds Study

The Internet of Things (IoT) is on the rise. According to Statista, the number of IoT devices are expected to increase from 23.14 billion to 30.73 billion in 2020. By 2025, that number is expected to more than double to 75.44 billion. Such projected growth highlights the need for organizations ... Read More
The Future of Cybersecurity – A 2019 Outlook

The Future of Cybersecurity – A 2019 Outlook

From the record-breaking number of data breaches to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), 2018 will certainly go down as a memorable year for the cybersecurity industry. And there have been plenty of learnings for both the industry and organisations, too. Here is a 2019 outlook on ... Read More
6 in 10 Consumers Feel Social Media Poses the Greatest Risk to Their Personal Data Security, Finds Survey

6 in 10 Consumers Feel Social Media Poses the Greatest Risk to Their Personal Data Security, Finds Survey

Customer loyalty is more important than ever in the age of digital security. On the one hand, failure to disclose a data breach can adversely affect customers’ loyalty to an organization and send consumers running to its competitors. On the other hand, a transparent privacy policy, open communication channels and ... Read More
Gemalto Data Security Directions Council

Gemalto Launches the New Data Security Directions Council

To keep up with the rapid evolution within this industry, Gemalto has created the Data Security Directions Council (DSDC). The mission of the DSDC is to bring together information security leaders from across the globe and from different industry sectors so that they can share their strategic insights on future ... Read More
Companies Collect More Data Than They Can Analyze

Companies Collect More Data Than They Can Analyze

On May 25, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. This long-awaited deadline ushered in a new age where confidence of data protection measures is more critical than ever. Organizations could incur reputational damage and a hefty fine, for example, if their lack of confidence coincides ... Read More
Single Sing On

Single Sign On in the Eyes of a Hacker

By: Jason Hart, CTO, Gemalto Enterprise & CyberSecurity Querying an unprotected database is one of my favorite ways to get a crowd’s attention, moving from a simple Google search to a list of unencrypted usernames and passwords. Of course, when it comes to passwords, there are many other tricks in ... Read More