Almost half of Australians are concerned over the security and privacy of their digital health records, according to a new report.
The KVM over IP Console Station KA8288 is a standalone console that replaces PC or NB.
A new penalty regime designed to boost online protection for Australians has been announced by the federal government.
A new data sharing framework developed by the ACS proposes the introduction of a standardised method of sharing and properly anonymising personal data.
Organisations need to overhaul their security polices and practices to restore consumer confidence in businesses' use of their personal data, according to Allens.
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office is consulting on its proposal to introduce a statutory code governing the use of personal data in political campaigns.
C-level executives are in a prime position to promote a unified approach to cybersecurity and drive awareness and adoption throughout their organisations.
Gartner experts recommend adjusting IT procurement methods to avoid breaches that could lead to GDPR fines and reputational damage.
The plant will allow Shred-it to have an active role in assisting businesses and government agencies comply with stringent data privacy legislation.
The US government has snuck in new legislation that would allow law enforcement agencies to demand access to private information held by US technology companies even when it is stored overseas.
The introduction of a new Privacy Bill in New Zealand has been welcomed by the Privacy Commissioner.
ISACA has released a practical guide to GDPR implementation as the May deadline rapidly approaches.
Intel's Spectre and Meltdown fixes are causing reboots and a performance hit in some configurations.
US government agencies and departments have just 90 days to remove all Kaspersky Lab products from their systems.
In response to societal concerns about the security of data, organisations need to embrace the emerging doctrine of 'corporate digital responsibility'.