The Billion Pound Manchester City Hack

The Billion Pound Manchester City Hack

The sport of football is a multi-billion-pound global industry, where the world's top-drawer football clubs push competitive advantages to the extreme, not just for the prestige of winning trophies, as success on ...

Is the US Ready for Centralized Data Privacy Enforcement?

The recent news about a proposed bill to create a central data privacy enforcing body shines another spotlight on the high-risk, high stakes shifting ground that many businesses operate their engines of ...
Why Bot Management is Essential for CCPA Compliance

Why Bot Management is Essential for CCPA Compliance

While preparing for CCPA compliance, security and compliance units within an organization may overlook certain technical vulnerabilities. The post Why Bot Management is Essential for CCPA Compliance appeared first on Radware Blog ...

2020 Update

Here we are in 2020, and there are many updates to go over. I plan on further postings on several of these items, and need to get back into blogging here with ...
Busted: Wacom Secretly Tracks How You Use Your Apps

Busted: Wacom Secretly Tracks How You Use Your Apps

Wacom drawing tablets track how you use programs on your Mac or PC, and continuously upload it to Google—without informed consent ...
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Google accidentally sent users’ private videos to strangers in stunning ‘Takeout’ mix-up

Google accidentally sent users’ private videos to strangers in stunning ‘Takeout’ mix-up

In a disconcerting security warning, Google is saying videos stored in some users’ Google Photos archive were incorrectly sent to other users who requested a download of their files. The message, originally ...
A Primer on the California Consumer Privacy Act

A Primer on the California Consumer Privacy Act

At its core, the CCPA is a data protection policy to ensure that the privacy rights of internet users in California are seriously enforced The post A Primer on the California Consumer ...
Americans would pay up front to keep their online identity and data private

Americans would pay up front to keep their online identity and data private

2020 is off to a good start in the United States, with rising consumer awareness about privacy matters, according to new research published on National Data Privacy Day. After America’s Health Insurance ...
GDPR Regulators Have Imposed $126M in Fines Thus Far, Finds Survey

GDPR Regulators Have Imposed $126M in Fines Thus Far, Finds Survey

A new survey found that regulators have thus far imposed imposed $126 million worth of fines for data breaches and other GDPR infringements. According to DLA Piper’s GDPR Data Breach Survey, data ...
What Website Owners Should Know About Terms and Conditions

What Website Owners Should Know About Terms and Conditions

All website owners should consider terms and conditions (T&Cs) to be a form of legal protection as they establish the responsibility and rights of the involved parties. T&Cs provide full security should ...