Living in Seattle is weird right now. Our Emerald City is leading the way in coronavirus infections in the United States, which means we’re also leading the way on implementing the preventative measures designed to stop the spread of the virus … and it’s making us all a little crazy.
Co-working spaces provide a flexible and comfortable environment to digital nomads and entrepreneurs. However, these shared environments come with potential data security risks. Here are some important measures you need to take to enhance and ensure the security in your co-working space.
With increasingly widespread support for two-factor authentication (2FA) on websites and mobile apps, individuals are able to add an extra step to their account login process to provide a higher level of security.
Sneak Peek: Leading Experts from KnowBe4, MediaPRO and Elevate Security join the National Cyber Security Alliance in a Panel at RSA Conference
Many security awareness programs fall short because they take a cookie cutter approach and do not consider the complexities of how individuals are motivated to take action. On February 26th, during the RSA Conference, the National Cyber Security Alliance will lead a panel on "Improving Security Awareness with Psychology, Advertising and Analytics" with leading experts from MediaPro, Elevate Security and KnowBe4.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) have a shared goal: protecting individuals’ privacy rights. Despite this common goal, there are some major differences between the two. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the differences between the CCPA and the GDPR.
We are more connected today than ever, but too often prioritize convenience over security and that is starting to catch up with us, especially when it comes to our personal data. The first six months of 2019 saw more than 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches compromising a staggering 4.1 billion personal records. One step that organizations can take to combat these destructive statistics in 2020 is by supporting initiatives like Data Privacy Day.
Privacy and a robust press naturally compliment each other. Both are essential to functioning democracies and both offer tools necessary for an engaged and informed citizenry; the news gives consumers the information they need to form opinions and privacy provides them with the space in which to dissent or agree.
To commemorate Data Privacy Day – an international effort held annually on Jan. 28 to generate awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust – the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) hosted “Data Privacy Day 2020: A Vision for the Future”, which was streamed live from LinkedIn in San Francisco, CA, the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 28.