LastPass: The latest security trends emerging in 2017

2016 saw personal data from 2.7 billion user accounts exposed to potential hackers, as security breaches dominated headlines. Established, major names such as Yahoo, LinkedIn, and MySpace were all targeted, but in 2017, businesses of all sizes will have to step up their security in order to keep data secure.

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Can Artificial Intelligence defend you from a weaponised web-cam?

Last October, hundreds of thousands of Internet of Things devices were used to host malicious lines of code that served as a launching pad for a series of DDoS attacks carried out across the internet. Hackers effectively weaponised web cameras and digital video recorders and used them to shut down popular websites including Twitter, Reddit and PayPal, in what has become the largest recorded DDoS attack in history.

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Navigating a new landscape of customer identity management

GDPR. Four letters, one colossal shift in privacy compliance for companies around the globe. With organisations collecting increasing amounts of data, customers and the governments that represent them have evolving expectations about the transparency surrounding data collection, and the laws that govern the usage and reporting of it.

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