The theme for Data Privacy Day 2021 is “Own Your Privacy”, and gives consumers the opportunity to reflect on events that shaped privacy in 2020.
Todd Moore, from Thales Group, looks back at four particular events in 2020 that may change the way we view and defend our privacy.
Organisations spend millions to be protected against cyber attacks. But how? Automation could be part of the answer – read why in our latest feature.
Authorities do have a legitimate need for access to communication and electronic devices. But a blanket master key to the encryption is a massive threat to our individual privacy and security. Read the comment from Tom Madsen and his Colleague Anders Hoegh Olesen on the encryption backdoor planned by the EU.
The security concerns of the 2020 election brought digital security to the forefront of the Western world’s attention and the buzz phrase “zero trust” went from tech company lip service to an actual technology feature. And for good reason. The biggest problem in digital security is not technological but human. People just didn’t want to make the effort to keep their data secure.