Massive data breaches, constant collection of personal data—it may seem like privacy is dead in the digital age. But privacy, security, and trust are increasingly vital and intertwined in a data-driven society.
How can risk executives embrace innovation while preparing for unknown risks such as a self-driving car commandeered by hackers, data analytics software that unintentionally reflects biases, or autonomous weapons that cause accidental casualties?
Under the new ASC 606 revenue recognition standard, contracts are the basis of how organizations must recognize revenue. This places significant pressure on your accounting system and financial reporting.
Are you maximizing protection when it comes to your online activity? Or do you open yourself to cyberattacks by clicking on links in promotional emails and allowing third-party applications to access your contacts and other personal information?
Today’s risk environment is more complex than ever before, and successful individuals, families, and family enterprises are facing a convergence of personal, commercial, strategic, and financial risks.
Paul Dyer, CEO – United Cloud Partner Services;Sean Kelley, CEO – Collaborationstudios.com LLC
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
A New Cybersecurity Paradigm Without Usernames & Passwords
Cybersecurity has become a rapidly evolving chess game. Authentication is one of the key pillars of cybersecurity, as are data integrity assurances, firewalls, virus scans, and other security protections.