When large-scale data breaches started to proliferate more than a decade ago, security leaders called for end-to-end data encryption. But that approach no longer suffices, says First Data's Tim Horton, who calls for a new multilayered defense.
After months of appeals, Facebook has agreed to pay $643,000 to settle claims that it violated U.K. privacy laws by allowing Cambridge Analytica - a now-defunct digital marketer that focused, in part, on political campaigns - to access the personal data of 87 million of its users.
Now that the deadline for all e-commerce card-based transactions in the EU to comply with the new PSD2 "strong customer authentication" requirement has officially been extended to Dec. 31, 2020, authorities are emphasizing the need to make a smooth, uniform migration to the new forms of authentication.
Delayed enforcement of the "strong customer authentication" requirements for online transactions under the European Union's PSD2 regulation is hampering efforts to enhance security. That's why the European Banking Authority should act quickly to develop a new timeline.
All enterprises need to grant their employees access to the right digital and physical resources. They also need to digitize their businesses, protect their data, and comply with various local and global regulations.
Nexus helps resolve these identity challenges that most enterprises face, regardless of the...
The data protection gloves have finally come off in Europe after GDPR enforcement began last May - the U.K.'s privacy watchdog has proposed large post-breach sanctions against British Airways and Marriott. Consider the tables now turned on firms that fail to properly safeguard personal data.
New regulations are leading enterprises to rethink how they secure customer data. At the same time, businesses are subject to more risk from their third-party partners. Chis Niggel of Okta explains how these two trends are complicating enterprise security.
European privacy authorities have received nearly 65,000 data breach notifications since the EU's General Data Protection Regulation went into full effect in May 2018. Privacy regulators have also imposed at least $63 million in GDPR fines.
The 2019 State of IBM i Security Study analyzed 244 servers and partitions, drawing participants from finance, retail, manufacturing, and many other industries. This is not a recurring study of the same systems each year, but general trends are apparent.
The study, now in its 16th year, reveals concrete, impartial...
As organizations are relying more and more on cloud collaboration tools to store and share sensitive customer data, security concerns abound. Failure to comply with regulation is not a risk worth taking, and the financial cost, time lost and reputation damage from even one data breach can jeopardize an entire...
PSD2 requirements for strong authentication and third-party bank account access go into effect this September. Angie White, product marketing manager at iovation, discusses the implications of the directive inside and outside the European Economic Area.
We are amid a data explosion that has created unique challenges and opportunities for organizations across industries. Mountains of machine data from disparate systems can make it difficult, costly and time intensive to manage and secure IT assets. But with the right solutions, organizations can reduce costs, optimize...
Better, stronger fraud-detection intelligence - that's the promise of the new 3-D Secure 2.0 protocol for digital merchants, networks and financial institutions. But what should organizations do to prepare? James Jenkins of CA Technologies weighs in.
The European Union's (EU's) General Protection Regulation (GDPR), which began enforcement on May 25, 2018, dramatically increases the penalties for failing to properly protect users' personal . The maximum fines that can be leveraged against an organization eclipse penalties that have been imposed in the past; they...