With the growing prevalence of cyberattacks, the potential of cyber warfare might push us much closer to the brink of war than we realize.
The internet has given us unprecedented access to information and each other, but that can come at a cost.
Most social media platforms use algorithms to collect all kinds of data about each user, from age and location to shopping habits and political preferences.
The United States is slowly catching up with higher standards for data privacy laws, particularly in comparison to the European Union,
Chinese Government Takes Stake in TikTok, Raising Questions About National Security and Data Privacy
In the United States, officials are concerned that TikTok’s indirect connection to the Chinese government could put user data at risk.
An increase in online and offline transactions means that the perfect opportunity exists for cybercriminals to intensify the scale of their attacks everywhere, including retail businesses.
Ransomware attacks haven’t slowed much during the pandemic, and retailers are still vulnerable as evidenced by two recent attacks on Boggi Milano and Home Hardware.
As cyberattacks increase and become more dangerous, every company must have a solid cybersecurity game plan in place, then follow it closely.
T-Mobile's recent data breaches shows the faults in 2FA using SMS.
The need for retailers to have a robust process for gaining control over Internet of Things security is only growing.