Businesses across virtually every industry are rapidly adopting cloud service solutions. The global cloud computing market was worth an impressive $371.4 billion in 2020 and could more than double to $832.1 billion by 2025. Amid this rapid expansion, organizations must recognize this movement’s risks. Cloud security isn’t necessarily less secure
Decentralized finance – DeFi – has exploded over the last couple of years. And with any fast-moving new tech sector, some people will attempt to take advantage of the industry, which means DeFi security is a booming sector as we protect against an ever-increasing amount of hacks, breaches, and exploits.
Smart home devices are used to monitor or control the environment in our homes. These marvels of technology make life easier by handling changes in temperature, lighting, entertainment systems, and other appliances. But while they’re the height of convenience, we can’t ignore the security nightmare being created by their use.
In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented increase in cybercrimes amid COVID-19. In fact, data breaches increase 273 percent in the first quarter, compared to 2019, according to a new study from cloud computing company Iomart. Thanks to the additional vulnerabilities that opened up as people work from home, moves to take
Fraud is at a record high – nearly half of all businesses had experienced fraud in the past two years. This excerpt of the Explorium’s guide on enhancing risk models explains how to build them better in three steps. Every few years, whether global, local, or industry-specific, a major event
What is a VPN? How is it used? Why is it needed now more than ever before? Read on. Do you want to protect your online identity, stay safe on public wifi or bypass censorship on the internet? Then this article is for you. First a little background on how
From the Cambridge Analytica scandal to GDPR and data breach headlines, the idea that consumers should know how their data is used is gaining traction with governments and consumer groups. What does this trend mean for companies that rely on consumer data for their business model? Right now, consumer data
What is the big problem with the right to be forgotten (right to erasure, Article 17) under the GDPR? As Blockchain generally is immutable, and the GDPR requires personal data to be deleted – many people therefore conclude that it is impossible to store any kind of personal data on
What is the Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (SHIELD) Act? How does it affect the residents of New York? What does it mean for the future of companies? Read on. The past few years have seen data breaches affecting millions of people in ways ranging from harmless to
For over the last decade, some of the most successful companies on earth have made their riches by mining user data and selling it to advertisers. The big question is whether this will continue to be a sustainable business model with the ever-mounting scrutiny on data privacy and if not