BlackFog has introduced TikTok privacy prevention for all users of BlackFog Privacy. This new feature available in BlackFog 4.5 and above dynamically detects data exfiltration events from TikTok to remote servers to maintain user privacy.
We have seen major data breaches from many large organizations including Cognizant and GoDaddy and perhaps surprisingly, some repeat offenders such as Marriott who recently announced they suffered another breach affecting 5.2 million guests.
Companies have relied on the VPN to connect to the corporate network particularly for remote work. However it does not afford users the level of privacy protection they think it does.
Every day we read about cyberattacks and data breaches affecting organizations trusted with our personal information. Yet most us don’t even consider the security of our mobile devices, leaving us increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. We discuss the different types of attacks that can affect our mobile devices.
As we start a new decade there are growing concerns around espionage and cyber warfare. We discuss recent developments and techniques for disrupting attack vectors using data exfiltration.
The California Consumer Privacy Act is clearly the shape of things to come for the rest of the United States and mirrors many regulations now being adopted around the world such as the sweeping reforms adopted with GDPR in Europe. This article discusses key parts of this legislation and what it means for business.
Every day we sacrifice our data privacy just to use technology. Knowingly sacrificing data is one thing, but what about the unauthorized data that is constantly being exfiltrated from our devices?
The mood around privacy is shifting. Privacy is now firmly on the agenda for organizations trying to keep up with changing global privacy laws. We look at privacy from an organizations perspective, why it’s important, how it’s being unknowingly compromised, and what BlackFog can do to protect it.
Did you know that with ‘free’ Wi-Fi comes pretty significant risks and you could be exposing your business and personal data to cybercriminals?
We know that breaches and hacks are inevitable . The odds dictate that your information will be breached at some point. But what does it really mean when your data is compromised? Just what are cybercriminals doing with the information they steal, and how much is this data really worth?