Machine Learning Minimizes Fraud Risks of Online Payments

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Online payment providers have been servicing customers all over the world since CyberCash opened its virtual doors in 1995. Unfortunately, the growing number of companies relying on online payment providers has created an epidemic of fraud. According to one recent report, the rate of fraud has increased 45%, to nearly $60 billion in recent years. […]

Office Scanners and Other Tips to Avoid Big Data Theft

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After speaking with a number of colleagues, I have heard that big data is having a remarkable change on the modern workforce. It is especially influential in the office setting. Office workplaces use big data for everything from payroll management to productivity tracking and streamlining customer service delivery. Business World has provided a thorough article […]

The New Legal And Ethical Challenges Of Big Data

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New big data concerns are changing business and the health industry. Data is now one of our world’s most precious resources, and over the last few years, businesses have been learning how to use it to become more successful and profitable. Big data, a term that is used to refer to the use of analyzing […]

Can ICO Data Awareness Campaigns Create More Trust In Cryptocurrency?

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The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in the UK has recently begun a number of data awareness campaigns. These campaigns could play a very important role in building trust in cryptocurrencies. The faith in the cryptocurrency market is contingent on a number of factors. Data security and privacy are two of the biggest issues. The EU’s new […]

Here Are The Most Important Ways To Ensure Customer Data Protection

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It seems like only yesterday that we started using and relying on data more often in the world of business and a variety of other industries. For good reason, data quickly became the go-to driver for many processes, including building engagement with customers and users—and as a result, customer data protection is now of utmost […]

After 25th May, What Medium And Long Term Actions?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in #GDPR, Computing, Data Management, GDPR Compliance, GDPR implications, Infographic, Policy and Governance, Privacy, Risk Management, Transparency

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens and any non-compliance could cost them dearly. For those who are still unfamiliar with this, take a look at the infographic below. It shall give you a basic understanding of GDPR and its aspects. What is next […]

New Generation of Big Data Security Risks Raises Questions About VPNs

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For many organizations, big data is a treasure trove of valuable insights. For other stakeholders, it is a privacy nightmare. A growing number of customers fear their secrets, no matter how benign, could be leaked to the world. This became a particular concern after the Yahoo! security breaches that took place in 2013. Yahoo! recently […]

GDPR Could Impact How Remote Teams Work

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance, due by May 25, 2018, is prompting many industries to adjust their operations. Businesses are hastily making changes to how they process, store and protect their customers’ data. Marketers are showing due diligence in ensuring their data usage is transparent enough to comply with GDPR and avoid hefty fines. […]

Privacy Concerns Could Hinder Personalization of Web Based Applications in 2018

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Big Data, data personalization, IT, Policy and Governance, Privacy, privacy concerns, Security, SmartData Collective Exclusive, web-based applications

Consumers have been concerned about privacy since the early days of Internet. In 2006, Newsweek published the results of a poll that found that 53% of American adults felt that the National Security Administration (NSA) had gone too far with collecting phone data of US citizens. This was seven years before Edward Snowden revealed the […]

Government Agencies Are Gaining New Data Collection Tools in 2018

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After 9/11, the way that the United States government handled data shifted. At first, all ears were directed outside of the country. Now, increasingly, we are seeing a shift to domestic data surveillance. This was highlighted in Edward Snowden’s massive data leak from the National Security Agency. It has been further confirmed by the discovery […]