Futurum analyst Michael Diamond coves the anouncement by TeleSign around the opening of its new datacenter in Brussels, designed to offer clients greater data sovereignty that will exceed the data protection requirements set forth by the European Union including GDPR regulations.
Futurum’s principal analyst Shelly Kramer dissects the latest ruling from French privacy watchdog CNIL on illegal trans-Atlantic data transfers through Google Analytics. Kramer breaks down the details of the ruling as well as offers insight on what this means for big tech in the EU.
As more workers are now working at home, companies need to think about protecting data and the systems that are required to do so. Here are 5 tips for protecting data in the time of work from home and COVID-19.
AQSACOM provides Cyber Intelligence software solutions for communications service providers (CSPs) and law enforcement agencies (LEAs). ASQACOM’s solution democratizes lawful intercept applications for the 5G era. Through its development approach, AQSACOM’s presence is expanding in the global CSP and LEA market segments, already including clients from more than 35 countries spanning Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, Oceania, Latin America and North America, underpinning the company’s claim to lawful interception market leadership and providing the foundation to accelerate broad LCI adoption in its nascent stage.
There are risks to migrating your data to the cloud. Keep reading to learn more about the cons, and how you can secure your company’s valuable data.
We are exploring the most significant digital transformation trends that will impact business and our lives in 2020.
Could blockchain be the answer to the privacy crisis we are facing? Let’s take a look at how personal privacy protection with blockchain could be the solution.
What does privacy mean in the age of digital transformation? Do companies care, will they ever care? A look into the state of privacy and how it may be a differentiator in the future.
Data, data, data. It seems you can’t go anywhere today without hearing how important data is to your company’s success in digital transformation. But the fact is, having too much data can actually bog your company down—leaving it vulnerable to security breaches and clogging up your ability to make smart, quick, data-backed decisions. That’s why every company that collects data …
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