GDPR, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, came into effect in March of 2018. This new regulation sets the privacy and security expectations for handling user data, and applies to every actor evenly tangentially related to the European market. Read more
Posts Tagged: GDPR
API hacking is, unfortunately, part of the modern API landscape. Whenever you have resources exposed to the greater internet, those resources are going to be attacked in some way.
Thankfully, half of the fight is just being aware of the threats against your API. Read more
As the growing number of consumer IoT devices make our lives easier, they are collecting vast amounts of useful data. This trend has just started making its way into the fitness and healthcare industries, with devices like smart watches, clothing sensors, and sociometric badges collecting millions of body temperatures, step counts, and heart rates. Read more
Between the Cambridge Analytica incident at Facebook and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) kicking in across Europe from the 25th of May, it’s safe to say that online security is set to take center stage like never before. Read more
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you probably have read a lot about data privacy in the headlines recently, specifically regarding the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica debacle. As reported by all major news outlets, the story goes that Cambridge Analytica harvested Facebook data through a quiz app that took the personal information from friends of users without knowledge or consent; an estimated 50 million Facebook accounts. Read more