There are times when corporations lose their temper. Well, they're people too. In Microsoft's case, it's people and politics that are driving the company crazy.
The millions of people whose data it is selling on must now be informed, says the UK watchdog.
Telecom companies and the federal regulator argue that revealing the prevalence of SIM card fraud in Canada, or what plans exist to stop it, would help fraudsters.
The company did not reveal when the hack took place, nor how extensive it was.
Health data is different because abusing it can have a huge impact on people's lives; the implications for cybersecurity awareness are discussed.
Electronic communication networks and interconnected digital services have become ubiquitous as they have permeated every fold of everyday life. At a time when automated profiling and ...
In this contribution we examine the principles of Data Protection by Design and Data Protection by Default (DPbD and DPbDf) as introduced in the General Data Protection Regulation …