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Enterprise data privacy management

  • December 18, 2015 18 Dec'15

    Global impact of EU data protection legislation; top analytics trends of 2016

    Three years in the making, EU officials have finally made public a draft of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an EU-wide legal framework data collection, sharing and privacy standards ...

  • December 18, 2015 18 Dec'15

    New EU data protection legislation will challenge U.S. IT execs

    The EU has agreed upon a radical set of data protection rules. What does it mean for U.S. IT execs? Also in Searchlight: Apple has a new COO; Republican candidates fumble on tech knowledge.

  • December 11, 2015 11 Dec'15

    Should big tech join the fight against online terrorism?

    U.S. calls on tech giants to combat terrorist threats online. Also in SearchLight: Yahoo to split; Bitcoin founder, found and lost; Zuckerberg under fire for giving away billions.

  • November 24, 2015 24 Nov'15

    CIOs make security a priority for 2016, but not privacy

    TechTarget's 2015 Annual Salary and Careers Survey results provided another reminder that while security is a high priority for CIOs and senior IT leaders, privacy is not. When asked to select ...

  • August 21, 2015 21 Aug'15

    Will data privacy finally come to the fore, post-Ashley Madison hack?

    Moral questions abound after the Ashley Madison hack, but will the latest high-profile breach finally spur companies to improve consumer privacy? Also: Amazon's data-driven motivation tactics under scrutiny; Target reaches breach settlement.

  • August 20, 2015 20 Aug'15

    #CIOChat: Are enterprises ready to upgrade to Windows 10?

    Industry experts think Windows 10 will become the leading OS for enterprises. Will businesses jump on the bandwagon? Join #CIOChat on Aug. 26, at 3 p.m. EST to discuss.

  • August 07, 2015 07 Aug'15

    Windows 10 privacy brouhaha: Overblown?

    Many are crying foul over the new Windows 10 privacy policy, but are they really just crying wolf? Also in Searchlight: Hackers attack Yahoo through Flash bug; hitchhiking bot is beheaded.

  • July 28, 2015 28 Jul'15

    Mobile payment methods come of age

    Cattle, grain, shells, metal coins, paper bills, plastic cards. Don't see a pattern? Look again: All of them were or are forms of payment, and all of them are mobile. Mobile device technology-enabled payments are simply the latest, natural ...

  • July 06, 2015 06 Jul'15

    Mobile payment systems boost data security, consumer trust trumps infosec fears

    Infosec professionals worry that mobile payment systems will increase the risk of data breaches, but experts argue their fears are overblown.

  • June 26, 2015 26 Jun'15

    Uber's new data privacy policy suggests privacy is dead

    Uber's new data privacy policy strains privacy even more. What does it say about today's privacy expectations? Also in Searchlight: Facebook's faceless facial recognition; Google's "undo send" feature.

  • June 05, 2015 05 Jun'15

    Apple's Tim Cook stands up for consumer privacy

    This week, Tim Cook delivered strong words on consumer privacy and how other digital companies do business. Also in Searchlight: Caitlyn Jenner beats Obama's Twitter record; Yahoo will live-stream an ESPN game.

  • May 29, 2015 29 May'15

    Google takes off the gloves with Android Pay

    At Google I/O, the search giant unveiled Android Pay, a mobile payments platform that promises a better customer experience. The pressure's on for CIOs. Also in Searchlight: other news from Google I/O; Cortana will be available on iPhone and Android.

  • May 22, 2015 22 May'15

    MIT CIO Symposium: Outdated security assumptions put companies at risk

    Where is the CIO's place in today's threat landscape? Experts offer cybersecurity advice at the MIT CIO Symposium. Also in Searchlight: SAP dismisses Salesforce acquisition talk; top banks plead guilty to federal crimes; the President tweets.

  • April 10, 2015 10 Apr'15

    White House hack: By way of Russia with help from spear phishing

    The White House got hacked again, and it all started with a suspicious email. Also in Searchlight: The FBI still wants a backdoor into your software; the Apple Watch is here.

  • March 06, 2015 06 Mar'15

    Mobile payments race heats up at Mobile World Congress 2015

    Mobile World Congress 2015 didn't disappoint, with breakthroughs in mobile payment, Internet connectivity, virtual reality and more. Also in Searchlight: Apple Pay fraud on the rise; former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used private email for ...

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