Biometrics are increasingly becoming a part of everyday life, from unlocking your phone with your face to iris recognition for e-government services or airport security and voice recognition when you talk to Siri or Alexa. For the financial services industry, […]
One of the defining elements of DevOps is rapid change. Rapid change, in and of itself, is generally perceived as scary and bad by IT and security admins–and the exact opposite of what you need to achieve and maintain compliance.
There has been increasing demand from government and law enforcement in recent months for some sort of encryption backdoor. The theory–whether grounded in reality or not–is that an encryption backdoor will allow intelligence agencies to detect and prevent more terrorist
The scale and intensity of healthcare related cybercrime is a critical and growing threat to the U.S. medical system. In the past year, organizations such as UCLA Health Systems, Anthem, Premera, and CareFirst have announced major breaches, bringing the five
As the states approve recreational use of cannabis one by one it remains a really sad state of affairs for those that need it for legitimate medical reasons. In California it generally looks easier today for folks to buy this
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but when it comes to cyber security, healthcare organizations need a stronger prescription. Healthcare is a top target for hackers today because security defenses may be fairly easy to breach
IT security professionals–the CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs of the world–are generally responsible for implementing and managing security in the trenches. In many organizations, though, its the board that oversees security governance and makes decisions regarding security purchases and policies. A
Box already encrypts data in transit and data stored on its servers. That encryption isn’t good enough for some industries or businesses, though. Box owns the encryption keys, so Box can decrypt or access that data. Box removed that hurdle with