Data Breach

Data Security

4 Ways Businesses and Consumers Can Take Back Their Data in 2019

Public backlash against misappropriation of personal data has reached a breaking point. Here are four things to know.

Hundreds of Millions Have Downloaded Suspicious VPN Apps With Serious Privacy Flaws. Apple and Google Haven't Taken Action.

Disturbing research suggests that nearly 90 percent of the most popular free VPN apps on Apple and Google's app stores have serious user privacy flaws.

Payments Will Be Facebook's Regulatory Waterloo

Facebook's long disregard for regulatory niceties won't work when it comes to moving payments across borders.

Does Customer Data Privacy Actually Matter? It Should.

Big tech has lost the confidence of consumers but seems to be awakening to what a problem that is.

A Regulatory Tsunami Is Coming: Are You Prepared?

Compliance will be an increasingly challenging business issue in 2019. Consider the 'Office of Compliance' that Xerox already has to deal with the complexity.

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