Tag: data privacy

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36% of Dutch companies fail compliance audit

36% of Dutch companies fail compliance audit

As a result, such companies are ten times more likely to become a data breach victim. That's according to figures from Thales. Based on research among 3,000 IT professionals worldwide, including 105 from the Netherlands, Thales shares the alarming figures. Of all the companies that failed a comp... Read more

date29 days ago
Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

Microsoft has made Cloud for Sovereignty generally available. The new service is promising to allow governments to securely place their data in the cloud. Yet Microsoft personnel can access the data in specific scenarios. It's part of the reason that the authenticity of this "sovereign cloud" seems... Read more

date4 months ago
NexGen Cloud invests $1 billion in first European AI Supercloud

NexGen Cloud invests $1 billion in first European AI Supercloud

NexGen Cloud is developing the first European AI Supercloud environment. With this, the company aims to significantly advance the development of AI applications by European companies. NextGen Cloud, an IaaS provider and partner of Nvidia, is investing $1 billion in developing the first European ... Read more

date7 months ago
AI training over data privacy: Microsoft and Zoom get caught

AI training over data privacy: Microsoft and Zoom get caught

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) is calling to abandon the video platform Zoom. The reason for this is the sneaky tweaks in user agreements surrounding the use of data to train AI. It seems to be the beginning of a slight trend since Microsoft is also guilty of the same facts. SFC is aski... Read more

date8 months ago
Here’s how to protect your privacy in Microsoft Edge

Here’s how to protect your privacy in Microsoft Edge

There seems to be a bug in version 112 of the Microsoft Edge browser. A feature intended to track content creators everywhere sends entire URLs to a Bing domain. Fortunately, you can fix this privacy issue as a user. The feature is on for users by default. To prevent this behaviour from Edge, yo... Read more

date12 months ago
OpenAI to launch ChatGPT Business ‘within months’

OpenAI to launch ChatGPT Business ‘within months’

New paid tier (in addition to ChatGPT Plus) of ChatGPT should offer more control for use in business environments. Many organizations today no doubt already use ChatGPT for a variety of purposes. Yet in terms of data privacy, that may not be the best idea. That is, there is quite a bit of ambigu... Read more

date12 months ago
Western Digital reports a cybersecurity incident

Western Digital reports a cybersecurity incident

In a recent announcement, Western Digital revealed that it has fallen victim to a cyber-attack that has caused the company to shut down some of its systems. The data storage firm reported that it detected a network security incident on March 26th involving an unauthorized third party gaining acc... Read more

date1 year ago
Interserve fined £4.4 million for lack of data protection

Interserve fined £4.4 million for lack of data protection

Interserve was fined £4.4 million by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) after a breach of personal employee data. In 2019, UK-based outsourcing firm Interverse was faced with several cyberattacks that compromised the personal information of 113,000 employees. From March 18th to D... Read more

date1 year ago
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