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Thousands of GDPR Data Breaches Reported

February 5, 2019

The European Union has revealed how many GDPR data breaches have been recorded since the introduction of the rules in May 2018. In less than a year, 41,502 data breaches have been reported to authorities across Europe.GDPR data...

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Are Data Compromises More Common?

January 24, 2019

We seem to see data compromises so frequently these days. Why is that and is it really becoming more common for organizations to suffer breaches? Marc Groman, who served on Pres. Obama’s cyber security team recently gave some insight to this very question on the question and answer website...

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Facebook Faces new Data Breach Fine

December 27, 2018

A new data breach fine could be heading Facebook’s way after personal photos of seven million users were exposed in a recent cybersecurity incident.How big could the data breach fine be?The data breach fine would come...

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European Watchdogs Hand Out Uber Data Breach Fines

December 4, 2018

Uber data breach fines have hit the company two years after the incident that saw some 57 million people affected, including its own drivers. This time it was European watchdogs handing out their punishment, from the UK and the Nethe...

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Why Advocate for End to End Encryption?

November 22, 2018

End to end encryption can guarantee your privacy and the security of your data and communications. Individuals and organizations need it and use it to keep their data safe from hackers. There’s just one problem, end to end encryption is not exclusively used by the good...

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