Okta calls for transparency in today’s data world

Technology security company Okta says organisations must embrace transparency and help customers understand how their data is being used. “Consumers deserve to have control over their data, but at the same time, data is often essential to building new technologies and serving the common good.” The San Francisco-headquartered company, which enables organisations to protect the […]

NTT reveals more clients may be impacted by data breaches

Japanese information and communications technology company NTT says it is possible a further 271 customers have been affected by information leaks. Along with announcing a month ago hackers may have stolen data from 621 clients, the group began an internal investigation into unauthorised access to the construction information management server in Japan. The company uses […]

Cookies and Consent Compliance: How to collect, store and deploy personal data through web trackers.

The ePrivacy Regulation is not yet in place, but cookies and other tracking mechanisms are under scrutiny by Data Protection Authorities (DPAs). It is imperative that organizations understand the implications of cookies and respect consent, paying particular attention to how they collect, store and deploy personal data through their web trackers. As CEO of Didomi, […]

Security Concerns over Contact Tracing Apps

Oleg Ilushin, Security Researcher at Check Point and Jonathan Shimonovich, Group Manager at Check Point discuss concerns around the implementation of contact tracing apps, citing possibilities of device traceability, personal data compromise, app traffic interception, and fake health reports. When an individual is found to be infected with the coronavirus, the race is on to find […]