All Articles in Data Security
Unless it is fed on high quality data, AI will be delayed on one of its most vital missions – to earn our trust
Artificial Intelligence is pushing technologies to a new frontier. We look into how IoT analytics turn data into better business
Stand-alone passwords are becoming less effective, but combining biometric technology with contextual attributes can keep organizations’ and individuals’ data secure
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
Jeni Tennison, CEO of the Open Data Institute, explains that organizations need to take responsibility for their data.
Cloud services are becoming more appealing, meaning more data is being shared with third parties. With this comes increased exposure and the need for a robust security strategy
In today’s increasingly digitalised world, the risk of cyberattacks has risen dramatically and so, consequently, has demand for improved security. Rather than tackling problems after the fact by tacking on often-costly solutions, cybersecurity experts are now building i
As the number of cyber attacks grows, worn-out security professionals are struggling to keep up
Global digital transformation has had a critical impact on identification and authentication. While users with too many hard-to-remember passwords are prone to ignoring or bypassing the basic safety rules, the notions of fluidity and trust are becoming crucial to the su
With the new security solution unveiled at Milipol Paris 2019, Thales is anticipating the future security requirements of operators responsible for keeping the public safe, from threat prediction to response, including incident detection and situation awareness.
With organisations increasingly trusting Cloud solutions for critical data management, Thales’s decade of experience with the Cloud guides them in their decisive choices.