Mobile supercomputing. Drones. Intelligent Robots. Self-Driven Cars. Blockchain. Virtual Assistants relying on AI. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. Precision Medicines. The evidence of this dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at an exponential speed.
In the real world no one keeps the keys of a treasure along with the lock. However, this principle is easily forgotten in the virtual world while using encryption.
GDPR is applicable to the processing of personal data in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or a processor in the European Union, regardless of whether the processing takes place in the Union or not, writes Mumbai-based advocate and cyber law expert, Puneet Bhasin.
The role of a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is changing from that of an IT security manager to that of a C-suite executive who secures the business interests of the enterprise.
From privacy and personal data protection to machine learning techniques to respond to cyber threats, 2018 will witness a changing threat landscape and organizations taking new measures to secure their information assets.
Blockchain is now perceived, as a disruptive and utopian solution to a host of technology-related challenges. However, there is need for consensus on how different jurisdictions would create a legal and regulatory framework which addresses key legal concerns around blockchain solutions - including data privacy, intellectual property, enforceability of contracts and choice of jurisdiction.
There are significant risks involved in the healthcare business processes that involve exchange of sensitive data. Most organizations rely on outdated legacy systems which were not designed with data protection regulations in mind. FTP and e-mail file transfer systems just aren’t adequate anymore. As patient services grow in scope, the risks of external data sharing would grow too.
Day by day, an increasing number of IoT devices are getting connected to the network. This number will only grow and with this comes the demand for robust infrastructure that can support large streams of data. 30 minutes of 4k footage requires around 5GB of storage capacity.
With next-generation cloud technologies gaining traction, hybrid cloud continues to be adopted by more and more enterprises. While hybrid cloud platforms help businesses transform, they bring new risks. How best can you protect your data and intellectual property across a hybrid cloud?
While traditionally large enterprises had the resources to leverage data analytics, availability of visual analytics as a service has enabled small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to reap the benefits of technology.