The number of data breaches experienced and reported are expected to continue to rise in 2014, with healthcare, energy, financial services, retail and telecom industries top targets
Amendments to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which restricts telephone solicitations and limits the use of automatic dialing systems, are finding favor among class action attorneys
Organizations need incident response plans in place to mitigate harm to their brand and keep their customers
Too many chiefs? Understanding the roles of stakeholders responsible for data governance and privacy ssues and why this is a ripe C-Suite concern
The forgotten data breach weak spot: Sophisticated equipment, including scanners and copiers, can have hard drives full of personal health data
Apple did not succeed in its attempt to dismiss a Second Amended Class Action Complaint in California federal court where the plaintiff alleged that Apple failed to prevent third-party apps on Apple
It's not always good to be Number One. A Ponemon Institute study says the U.S. is the most costly country in the world in which to have a data breach. But there are mitigating strategies you can use,
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