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California is the third US state to introduce legislation to protect the collection, storing and sharing of an individual’s data. We look at the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and how it compares to the GDPR
New insights from the 2020 Thales Europe Data Threat Report reveal that European organisations have a false sense of security when it comes to protecting themselves, with only two-thirds (68%) seeing themselves as vulnerable, down from nine in ten (86%) in 2018. This co
Jeni Tennison, CEO of the Open Data Institute, explains that organizations need to take responsibility for their data.
Overview of the right to protection of personal data, data protection regulations and directives.around the world ...
Thales today announced that Treezor, the leading banking-as-a-service platform in France, has deployed its SafeNet Data Protection On Demand solution to provide security across its entire payment chain, from tier one banks and neo-banks to crowdfunding organizations.
Thales, European leader in cybersecurity, and world leader in data protection, and ESET leading European secure software solutions developer, announce a partnership to integrate the flow of ESET’s cyber information in the Thales cyber threat intelligence center.
There was a lot of scaremongering and fear ahead of the GDPR coming into effect in May 2018. One year later, we take a look at how industries have responded and what is still to come
Thales Enables the Future of Digital Payment Innovations with Next-Generation Payment Hardware Security Module
Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data protection, announces the availability of a next-generation payment hardware security module (HSM), payShield 10K, enabling customers to adopt new innovative digital payment technologies easily and
Personal medical information and medical devices need to be protected from hackers. Thales offers safeguards against the growing risk. Read on
Scandals and infrastructure shutdowns of the past year have tapped into a collective fear. The Cambridge Analytica scandal and WannaCry are two striking examples of recent events that massively dented people’s trust in digital solutions.