Tag Archives: privacy

Industry opinion AOC: Now you see me, now you don’t

AOC and MMD’s Paul Butler looks at enabling on screen privacy. In today’s world data security is more important than ever before. Educational, financial, medical, governmental organisations are increasingly transitioning to the digital world, where the data needs to be secured with various layers of encryption and with controlled user …

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4D partners with DeepSee to ensure advertisers are protected from new fraud tactics in a post-cookie world

As the martech landscape evolves, changes in privacy laws are impacting the changes in fraud tactics. While cookies disappear and user based bot fraud becomes obsolete, marketers need to be aware of fraud taking on a new form, focused on site-based fraud tactics. Contextual outcomes engine, 4D, a division of …

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Kaspersky experts’ guide to staying safe from doxing

Kaspersky research shows that looking after private data has finally become a mainstream concern, with 50% of consumers claiming they would no longer use an online service provider following a data breach, and 57% expressing worry about their security and privacy being affected by ‘smart’ and internet connected devices. This concern is …

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PCR April 2021 data handling: Keeping data secure

Nick Hutson-Alvarez, Exertis Group Head of Cyber Security & Compliance discuses some important factors to consider to keep data secure. There are varying degrees of online security that can be driven by some very complex systems which are designed around industry standards, such as PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data …

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Help your customers reclaim their right to privacy

Steve Hicks, Head of Global Sales, BullGuard looks at why personal data is big business and why we should value our right to privacy Whichever way you look at it, people the world over have essentially uploaded their entire lives online in return for social media profiles, apps, e-commerce benefits, …

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Top 11 uses of residential IPs

Tech-savvy companies and individuals can reap numerous benefits by utilising residential IP address hopping. While businesses can attain access to more varied data by accessing different geolocations, individuals typically use similar service to obfuscate their location for enhanced internet privacy. With more and more companies relying on big data analytics, …

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Liberty Shield notes significant spike in VPN usage across UK

Liberty Shield, an Edinburgh-based online privacy and digital anonymity firm, notes that VPN usage across the UK is rising significantly during the UK’s lockdown. A VPN – or Virtual Private Network – is used to create a private network from a public Internet connection, and it is believed that the …

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Kaspersky experts’ visions of 2021’s privacy field changes

Privacy experts from Kaspersky give their visions of the changes that lie ahead in the privacy field of 2021. 2020 demonstrated how overwhelmingly important a connected infrastructure and digital services have become for the daily functioning of society. This realisation has led to a shift in attitudes to privacy and …

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