It was in the month of May this year that the European Union’s GDPR came into effect. So how has data privacy regulation affected the Supply chain? With the GDPR, users will now have to take action in order to control their data to a privacy by design model. The same, shift is said to have wide ranging impacts.
With the increase in data, the big question arises regarding data security. It is seen that nowadays data security has become a top priority for corporates. Techonology seems to have opened immense opportunities for businesses. This ensures profitability,and success. Since organisations everywhere seem to go digital for the purpose of increasing business agility, customer delight and growth , they seem to increasingly rely on external and internal data.
With the increase in the usage of Internet, it is seen that many houses now own a WiFi network. WiFi is said to be the gateway to the internet. Firstly,it connects you to the outside world. However, it can also allow hackers to get into the network. For this purpose, it is therefore essential to secure your WiFi network.
Apple's new privacy portal is all set to showcase what user data it keeps. It is seen that Apple updates its privacy website every year this autumn. The introduction of this new portal is said to be part of its annual privacy upgrade. The portal will allow users to view what personal information has been collected by the company and has been kept with them.
With the recent Data Protection Bill just about two months back, what expectations do businesses need to keep with the same? The GDPR was enforced on businesses that dealt with data that belonged to EU citizens. India seems to be in jitters seeing the introduction of this possible new regulation in India.
Mozilla is all set to launch "Firefox Monitor" in order to alert users whenever the data is breached. This is a free service which will enable users to find out whether their accounts have been a part of the numerous data breaches that occur every year.
Machine learning systems and artificial intelligence are not free from cyber attacks. As we move deeper into implementing the technology, we often forget about the possible issues that can make the system vulnerable to cyber attacks. Here are 3 ways in which AI systems can be tricked and which need to be addressed by security experts.