Like any e-commerce community, underground criminal forums aim to establish a “circle of trust” that enables criminals to do business with each other with a reasonable degree of confidence.
With the widespread acceptance of deployment models comes the question — what is the perfect fit for your organization?
If credit card details sensitive personal information, where is it in the Data Privacy Act (DPA) — the country’s data protection law — does it say that?
Perhaps the only thing as constant as change is people’s resistance to change.
There is now an urgent need for businesses to reconsider their infrastructure, their business model, and their ways of doing transactions.
If your organization has peers based in the European Union (EU) and their relationship involves the transfer of personal data originating from that region, you should take note of the new set of standard contractual clauses (SCCs) adopted last June by the European Commission (EC).
Tokyo 2020 could well be a turning point for equality.
The government has succeeded in selling the idea of a secure, comprehensive ID system that is supposedly long overdue and only has good things to bring to this country. On that premise, the people must hold it to its word and, if necessary, take it to task.