New EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): An IT Security View – Part II

In the first part of “GDPR: An IT Security View”, we discussed some core objectives, characteristics, and principles of the GDPR, which is due to take effect on 25th May 2018. In this second article, we will discuss in greater depth some of the core IT security objectives relating to GDPR. The purpose of the GDPR is … Read More The post New EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): An IT Security View – Part II appeared first on The State of Security.
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The need for speed – Your data unleashed!

I have a fun question for you: Which of these is the faster of the two cars? Take your time, think about it from different perspectives. I’ll wait… And let me give you a hint—it’s a trick question, so double-check your assumptions. If you picked the T-Bucket hot rod on the left, you may be The post The need for speed – Your data unleashed! appeared first on Voltage.
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Cyber Security and the Human Factor – An Opinion Piece

Born and bred in IT – and first influenced by global Oil & Gas, the Japanese and the German manufacturing industry – I never experienced excessive levels of management before entering the more anglophile international workspace outside my home country. At best, between me and the board were only two clear structured formal management levels. … Read More The post Cyber Security and the Human Factor – An Opinion Piece appeared first on The State of Security.
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Workplace Health and Safety a Vital Component of Mature Risk Management

Businesses of all types are being transformed by technology, and so are the many kinds of workplaces that support their operations. Changing business strategies and increased productivity lead to rapid changes in process, which often means that executives lack a full understanding of the impact on the health and safety of employees and third parties. The post Workplace Health and Safety a Vital Component of Mature Risk Management appeared first on TechSpective.
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Evolution Of ATM Theft: Sledgehammers To Skimmers

Over 10 billion transactions are performed every year at ATMs, and there are over 425,000 of these cash-dispensing machines throughout the U.S. for a total of 3,000,000 used globally. ATMs hold anywhere from $3,000 to upwards of $100,000 per machine, so they naturally become a prime target for thieves. Physically breaking open an ATM is not trivial, … Read More The post Evolution Of ATM Theft: Sledgehammers To Skimmers appeared first on The State of Security.
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