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Improving on NIST800207: Data Enforcement Point enforces Zero…

Improving on NIST800207: Data Enforcement Point enforces Zero Clear text Looking at #NIST800207. Given that every successful data or privacy breach represents the failure of trust algorithms powering the Zero Trust Architecture, Titaniam, Inc. would suggest that the PEP (Policy Enforcement Point) should be complemented by a “DEP” (Data Enforcement Point). The DEP could be an …

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[Link] Why privacy is essential to equitable recovery

Why privacy is essential to equitable recovery In the following article Julie Brill, Chief Privacy Officer for Microsoft, calls on the US to implement stronger data privacy protection. The winds are changing. Organizations who are entrusted with customer data should be preparing for greater measures and stricter enforcement. Data should be secure and private by default. …

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[Link] COVID-19 crisis shifts cybersecurity priorities and budgets

Covid 19 crisis shifts Cybersecurity priorities and budgets It is that time of year when we are told we have been allocated only 50% of the budget we requested. Now what? McKinsey & Company outlines below how cybersecurity budgets have been refocused and valuable projects been put on hold. Sensitive data protection and privacy is as fundamental …

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[Link] Hacking attacks on hospitals for patient data increase during…

A game of cat and mouse hacking attacks on hospitals for patient data increase during Coronavirus Pandemic The dramatic increase in hacker activity during COVID-19, with phishing being one of the most utilized entry points, highlights why organizations need to have data level defenses for when legitimate credentials get compromised. Organizations should look at setting …

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Ensuring Secure and Private Defaults for Sensitive Data in the Enterprise

Ensuring secure and private defaults for sensitive data in the enterprise Never has a security mandate been more effectively stated than the three words “Secure the Default”. With so many cases of data breaches and privacy violations caused by simple mistakes, one always wonders why the defaults in the systems involved could not be made …

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