As the last U.S. military flight lifted off Tuesday evening from the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, what's been left behind reportedly includes a vast trove of biometric data that could be used to identify - including for interrogation or execution - individuals who assisted the occupying NATO forces.
At least 10 U.S. government agencies are planning to increase the use of facial recognition technologies by 2023, according to a GAO report. The growing utilization comes as facial recognition technology raises privacy concerns.
Healthcare organizations are an ongoing criminal
target due to the rich data they keep.
With the extensive, rapid shift of medical services to
the digital world and vast sets of health data gathered
amid the pandemic, criminals will likely seize this
opportunity to infiltrate networks and hack...
Security specialists are offering preliminary feedback on Microsoft's sneak peek at the new security measures to be included in the Windows 11 operating system, which is slated for release in December.
No script, no filter: Just Microsoft’s Edna Conway and Cisco’s Wendy Nather gathering with privacy leader Michelle Dennedy to discuss the impact of the SolarWinds supply chain attack and to play Buzzword Mystery Date with SASE, CIAM and "passwordless" authentication - are these trends dreamboats or duds?
Ending six years of litigation, a federal judge has signed off on a $650 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Facebook for violating Illinois' groundbreaking privacy law that restricts collecting biometrics data. Here's why this case is so unusual.
Security professionals have been thrust to the forefront of return-to-work planning as the crisis continues to create a complex set of security and safety challenges. Preparing to return to the physical workplace means adapting to new requirements, implementing new procedures and leveraging technology to alleviate...
Investigators probing the violent storming of the U.S. Capitol by a mob on Wednesday have been seeking images and help in identifying suspects. The FBI, which is leading the investigation, has a range of investigative tools and technologies to help, including facial recognition software.
What's needed to make a shift from traditional IAM to CIAM? To start, an organization needs to look at fraud detection solutions and risk-based authentication technologies such as device intelligence and behavioral biometrics, says David Britton of Experian.
Fraud explodes in tough times, and do times come any tougher than they have with COVID-19? In this latest Cybersecurity Leadership panel, CEOs and CISOs describe their efforts to spot and stop emerging fraud schemes involving synthetic IDs, social engineering and greater insider risks.
As we approach 2021, the global pandemic brings a laser-focus to both risk and user experience. Digital transformation and demand for flexible, secure access drives our need for machine-scale, frictionless authentication and continuous authorization to prove digital identities match the humans behind them. Dr. Shook...
We are facing a time full of challenges for the global banking sector. The
financial institutions were already facing a growing problem of
online fraud before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now their problems have only worsened, since history tells us
that fraud tends to pick up during big recessions.