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The US government is scrutinizing TikTok's handling of user data closely, and many government agencies have banned their staff from using it because of its Chinese roots.
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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.
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IT innovations create risk until new cyber security solutions, like AI and authentication, rise up to meet the challenges they present.
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The Tech Giants Get Rich Using Your Data. What do You Get in Return?
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Your Cyber-Enemy May Not Be the Person You Suspect
The less-obvious risk often is the most dangerous. Protecting your company and personal assets starts with understanding real versus perceived threats.