Displaying items by tag: Personally Identifiable Information

GUEST OPINION: Australia is progressing steadily with an open banking rollout. The Big Four banks – CBA, Westpac, ANZ and National Australia Bank – introduced open banking in July 2021, and other banks and financial services are expected to follow in 2022. According to many fintechs, however, the introduction is going slower than expected, and they are pushing financial markets to open their banking services online by signing additional data holders.

Published in Guest Opinion

An enterprise network was always designed to keep the proverbial bad guys out, but with the rise of cloud computing and remote working the network's perimeter has shifted so much that the entire Internet is the perimeter. Today’s modern businesses need both the agility of the public cloud with the security of a private network. Here’s where NordLayer, from NordVPN, can help.

Published in Security

Data relating to a number of subsidiaries of Blue Chair, a holding company in Kansas City, has been found exposed on the Web by the security firm UpGuard.

Published in Security

I saw the evocative Time Magazine cover from March 2011 (it has been widely used with credits) and it got me thinking. We have long known that Google collects information on its search and Android users. It is a longstanding joke that Android is a thinly disguised advertising delivery mechanism – why else would Google give it away? Hope you enjoy this weekend, tin-foil hat read.

Published in ShawThing
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 16:19

Who is using my data and how?

Deloitte’s Privacy Index says Australian consumers want more than convenience – its now all about trust

Published in Data
Thursday, 03 March 2016 16:22

Apple is 100% right and yet 100% wrong

Whatever the reason, the majority of Joe and Jane Averages (or Bruce and Shazza in Australia) believe that law enforcement and national interest should prevail over personal privacy.

Published in ShawThing

88% of users store personally identifiable information on a smart device – extremely bad practice.

Published in Security




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