Archive for the ‘LoginRadius’ Category

A LoginRadius Adventure! The Vancouver Team Cleans the Seawall

Cleaning… we all have to do it, whether it’s spring cleaning or just your regular unload-the-dishwasher-for-the-fifth-time-today cleaning. What we tend to forget, however, is taking the time to help clean up our shores. After all, the environment always benefits when communities and individuals get involved.

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Under Armour Praised For How They Managed Data Breach

As many of you might have heard already, Under Armour recently suffered a data breach that compromised the personal information of 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts. Something you might not have heard, is that many leaders in the security industry are actually applauding how Under Armour has both handled the incident, as well as the security measures they already had in place.

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The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Meltdown: Why GDPR is the Solution

Did you hear about the Facebook Data Breach? Actually it wasn’t a data breach. According to the reports, the personal information of over 50 million Facebook users was freely provided and then handed over to a third party without permission  – is that scarier? In a nutshell, what happened is that a social engineering company (Cambridge Analytics)

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Top 5 Business Objectives That cIAM Solves

The marketplace is changing; customer expectation is now astronomical in terms of the user experience. Businesses are now having to focus on transformational initiatives in order to remain competitive regardless of industry. One way to accomplish a digital transformation, and provide customers with a seamless experience, is adopting a cIAM solution.

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How EU Citizens Are Using Their “Right to Be Forgotten”

Should people have the right to have outdated, inaccurate, and possibly embarrassing information about them removed from the internet? In 2014, The European Court of Justice ruled that EU citizens had the Right to Be Forgotten, or as Google puts it, “the Right to Be Delisted”.

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Identity Fraud Hits All-Time High in 2017

Despite years of battling, and a massive change in the way American’s use debit and credit cards, the rate of identity fraud has soared in 2017. According to Javelin Strategy & Research’s annual Identity Fraud Study, the number of identity fraud victims in the United States has increased by 8%.

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New GDPR-Like Privacy Law Could Be Coming to California in 2018

Privacy initiatives are on the rise. First with the GDPR, and now with a proposed California Consumer Privacy Act. The potential ballot initiative will apply to all businesses that use customer data for commercial purposes. The initiative was first proposed in September 2017, and could potentially become an enormous issue for businesses that use or re-sell customer data.

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