Month: January 2019

National Data Privacy Day is wishful thinking

The worst data privacy threat today isn’t data breach but data abuse. Organizations are using AI to learn more about us than we’d ever choose to tell them. The original version of this post was published in Forbes. You have [ … ]

Security Flaws in Children’s Smart Watches

A year ago, the Norwegian Consumer Council published an excellent security analysis of children’s GPS-connected smart watches. The security was terrible. Not only could parents track the children, anyone else could also track the children. A recent analysis checked if [ … ]

Cyber Today: Governing Identity

Almost half of data breaches today involve lapses in access privileges. Think about the sheer number of events that occur every minute around user access—human and non-human, in-office and remote, across a landscape of partners and vendors—and the immense challenge [ … ]