Research has revealed a rift between consumer desires and organizational mindsets surrounding data privacy, especially artificial intelligence (AI).
Senior cybersecurity professionals reveal their number one frustration is the inability to continuously measure enterprise-wide security posture and identify control failures.
This report analyzes the survey results of US consumers, revealing the role of personally identifiable information protections in customer engagement.
It’s hard to keep a family secret these days, thanks to the rise of direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic genealogy services.
The 2021 Global Passenger Survey from the International Air Travel Association (IATA) highlighted how biometric data collection is perceived and used within the air travel industry.
Which? has attempted to put a price on people's personal information as it ramps up pressure for tougher rules around data-ravenous tech giants.
Human error is the top cause of serious breaches but malicious attacks are IT leaders’ biggest concern.
The average total cost of recovery from a ransomware attack has more than doubled in a year, the average ransom paid is $170,404.
States Are Moving on Privacy Bills. Over 4 in 5 Voters Want Congress to Prioritize Protection of Online Data
Public support for Congress to pass a national standard is holding strong, with 83 percent of voters saying it should be a "top" or "important, but lower" congressional priority this year.
Despite concerns over potential misuse and lack of trust, research has found consumers are not questioning corporate practices around personal data handling.