Time to shore-up inner periphery with Privileged Access Management

After the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation came into effect in May 2018, the global organizations dealing with data of European citizens have reinforced their IT security infrastructure to comply with the security mandates of the regulation. In spite of that, it has been found that GDPR has imposed heavy penalty on multiple organizations […]

Strengthen Compliance Framework to Avoid Hefty Regulatory Fines

British Airways has been slapped with a record fine of lump sum £183m for last year’s information breach of 380,000 customers. This aviation giant has already met with an irrevocable reputation damage last year having confessed to a major information breach of thousands of passengers whose name, email address and credit card information (those who […]

Protecting health information: Time to be proactive not reactive

More than a week back, Singapore National Public Health Authority revealed that almost 14,000 health records of people from Singapore and other foreign nationals were compromised and leaked online. “I’m sorry that one of our former staff who was authorized to have access to confidential information in our HIV registry appears to not have complied […]