Cybersafety Sentinel December 2023 Week 3

Weekly Insights from Cybersafety Sentinel

Stay informed with Informatica’s Cybersafety Sentinel’s December 2023 Week 3 edition. This page focuses on network security in Canada, addressing the latest cybersecurity threats, Canadian data breaches, and industry trends. Gain expert strategies to enhance your cybersecurity measures and protect your digital assets.

Featured Cybersafety Sentinel Posts

Check out our featured posts below for the latest insights from Cybersafety Sentinel.

Claudiu’s Top Post

As I was reposting this, my youngest son looked over my shoulder and said “That’s it? It’s only 75 years old? What about before that? Isn’t grandpa older than this?” Read More

You May be Eligibe for Compensation in Life Labs Settlement

Canadian LifeLabs customers who had their data breached in a 2019 cyberattack may be eligible for compensation after an Ontario court certified a class-action settlement in October. Read More

Apple Report Highlights Surge in Data Breaches

An Apple-commissioned report this week has highlighted once again why analysts have long recommended the use of end-to-end encryption to protect sensitive data against theft and misuse. Read More

What do New SEC Disclosure Rules Mean for Businesses?

Among CISOs, there has been a significant amount of discussion of the new SEC rules governing cybersecurity breach disclosures, adopted in July 2023. The stated purpose of these changes is to ensure breach disclosures are more comparable to any other loss disclosures, as well as more consistent and useful to shareholders. Read More

How Will AI Impact Cybersecurity in 2024?

AI transforms cybersecurity by boosting defense and offense. It excels in spotting threats, adapting defenses and ensuring robust data backups. However, challenges include the rise of AI-driven attacks and privacy issues. Responsible AI use is crucial. Read More

Privacy Experts Accuse X of Illegal Ad Targeting

An EU privacy rights group has filed a complaint against Elon Musk’s X, alleging the platform unlawfully targeted advertisements from the bloc’s Home Affairs directorate in a bid to build public support for hotly contested “chat control” legislation. Read More

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