CCPA

Survey Finds Americans Accept More Responsibility to Protect Their Privacy

Survey Finds Americans Accept More Responsibility to Protect Their Privacy

NortonLifeLock has released a new report that suggests that Americans don’t necessarily expect the government to protect their personal information. Even though half of the American respondents in the new Cyber Safety Insights Report believe the government could be doing more to protect their privacy, they still assigned more responsibility to individual consumers than they…

Securiti.ai Announces $50 Million in Series B Funding

Securiti.ai Announces $50 Million in Series B Funding

San Jose data and security startup Securiti.ai has announced $50 million in Series B funding led by General Catalyst and with participation from Mayfield. Launched in 2019, Securiti.ai reports that it has already raised $81 million in funding. CEO and founder Rehan Jalil has stated that the goal of the startup is to provide an…

Samsung Pay Lets Users Block Sale of Personal Data

Samsung Pay Lets Users Block Sale of Personal Data

Samsung is finally giving Samsung Pay users the opportunity to prevent the sale of their personal data. The decision seems to be a response to the incoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which seeks to give California residents more control over their personal information while making the data collection process more transparent. To that end,…

Learn to Balance Enterprise Security and Privacy in ImageWare’s Next Webinar

Learn to Balance Enterprise Security and Privacy in ImageWare’s Next Webinar

A 30 minute webinar presentation promises to shed light on biometric enterprise security in the era of GDPR and CCPA Next Wednesday, October 16, at 11am Pacific Time, biometric authentication and identity management specialist ImageWare Systems will present a live webinar: “Enterprise Security and Privacy – You Can Have Both“. Billed as a joint webinar…

CyberSaint Compliance Platform Adapts to California Privacy Regulation

CyberSaint Compliance Platform Adapts to California Privacy Regulation

“Privacy has emerged as a national, and international, priority for business and consumers alike.” – George Wrenn, CEO, CyberSaint Boston-based CyberSaint Security is looking to help organizations comply with new privacy legislation in California, announcing that it has added a California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) framework to its CyberStrong platform. Slated to take effect on…