What’s Your Brand Promise? Customer Data, Cybersecurity, Compliance, And Trust

What’s Your Brand Promise? Customer Data, Cybersecurity, Compliance, And Trust

This article by Andre Bourque originally appeared in Benzinga. Portions are republished below. Dealing with data breaches is normal for big brands in the retail realm. You only need to scan the headlines to see the latest examples of how large omnichannel retailers and other organizations have had their confidential ... Read More
Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #2: Is Encryption the Best Security for Data at Risk?

Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #2: Is Encryption the Best Security for Data at Risk?

| | Cloud Security
Whenever there’s a major data breach one of the first things everyone asks is, “Was the data encrypted?” This is a very natural question to ask because since the 1970s encryption has evolved in line with computing power and technology to offer relatively strong protection against brute force attacks. If ... Read More
Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #1: My Provider Protects My Data

Cloud Security Myth vs. Fact #1: My Provider Protects My Data

If you’re in the process of creating a security strategy for your cloud deployments, then you understand the complexities that exist. The challenges presented by compliance, data governance, and emerging technology can create a conflicting and shifting front, and the security solutions that are built into cloud services may not ... Read More
Eliminate Tradeoffs Between Innovation and Data Security with Protegrity 7.1

Eliminate Tradeoffs Between Innovation and Data Security with Protegrity 7.1

| | Protegrity 7
Do you find yourself caught in the middle of a battle between two opposing forces in your organization? On one side there are those who are looking to transform the business through greater use of Big Data analytics, shifting workloads to the cloud, and moving quickly to take advantage of ... Read More
Privacy Pundits Finally Get Their Day in the Sun

Privacy Pundits Finally Get Their Day in the Sun

As Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies during Congressional and Parliamentary hearings about his company’s business practices and consumers begin to wake up to the reality of how much of their personal information has been collected and mishandled, privacy researchers and developers are finally being listened to. In her New York Times ... Read More
Your Data is Only as Secure as Least Secure Link in Your Supply Chain

Your Data is Only as Secure as Least Secure Link in Your Supply Chain

This week we were reminded of how important it is for companies that share data with third parties to better understand the security postures of their partners and to protect their data before it’s shared. In other words, your data is only as secure as the least secure link in ... Read More
Could Data Regulations Actually Fuel Growth and Innovation?

Could Data Regulations Actually Fuel Growth and Innovation?

After watching this video of a Singaporean Politician’s Scathing Smackdown of a Facebook Executive for Trying to Evade Questions, business leaders would be excused for believing that governments around the world are done giving companies that profit off their users’ personal data the benefit of the doubt when it comes ... Read More

Could Facebook Data Leak Be Turning Point in Privacy Debate?

Last week it was revealed that Facebook exposed data on 50 million of its users to Cambridge Analytica, a U.K.-based data analytics firm which worked for the Trump presidential campaign. With Facebook being such an integral part of the social media experiences of more than a billion people worldwide, there ... Read More

Top 10 Protegrity Blog Posts of 2017

We would like to think that Protegrity upped its blogging game in 2017, writing about a wider variety of topics of interest to data security professionals than we have in the past. From GDPR to AWS to privacy, here’s a look back at the top 10 most popular Protegrity blog ... Read More

A New Prescription for Healthcare Data Security?

| | Data Security Digest
More than four in five U.S. physicians (83 percent) have experienced some form of a cybersecurity attack, according to a survey conducted by Accenture and the American Medical Association (AMA) and described in the HelpNetSecurity article, “Taking the Physician’s Pulse on Cybersecurity.” This, along with other symptoms of poor data ... Read More
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