Privacy Software

May 29, 2020 PHEMI: A Data Privacy Tool for Healthcare Providers

PHEMI is a data privacy solution focused on keeping data-processing activities secure by redacting information based on the role of the accessor. Thus, allowing such data to be used for multiple use cases without compromising privacy.

April 15, 2020 OneTrust Dips Its Toes Into the AI Pond With Launch of OneTrust Athena

OneTrust challenges the antiquated idea of data privacy and artificial intelligence (AI) as stark opponents, with the introduction of OneTrust Athena, the vendor’s AI and robotic automation-powered platform.

March 16, 2020 Wins Innovation Sandbox Contest at RSA Conference

Startup security vendor wins RSAC “Most Innovative Startup” at the RSA Conference 2020 Innovation Sandbox Contest.

January 10, 2020 Osano Applies for Certified-B Status

Osano recently released its SaaS privacy solution aimed at simplifying compliance and vendor assessments. The product feels familiar, but Osano’s ethical commitment sets it apart from the crowd.

December 31, 2019 Datex’s DataStealth Reduces Data Loss by Limiting Sensitive Data Acquisition

DataStealth is a difficult product to classify. It resembles DLP and privacy software but doesn’t fit neatly in either category. DataStealth focuses on data obfuscation, using a novel approach aimed at limiting sensitive-data acquisition.

December 18, 2019 TrustArc Acquires Nymity, Seeks to Bolster Feature Set

TrustArc has announced the acquisition of Canadian counterpart, Nymity – a more boutique-style vendor known for its very high standard of privacy research, expertise which manifests in its product offering.

October 31, 2019 Proteus Helps Enterprises Document Privacy by Design

Privacy by Design (PbD) is a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirement, but effective implementation requires deep insight into the operation and interconnection of various data collection processes. Thus, PbD can be difficult to document and demonstrate. However, Proteus may help.

July 24, 2019 Weighing the Price of a Data Breach: FTC Fines Facebook and Equifax in the Same Week

The US Federal Trade Commission announced both a $5-billion settlement with Facebook and a $575-million penalty against Equifax in the same week. Both were for data breaches – the Equifax case affected 147 million people, and the Facebook incident 87 million. So why is Facebook being hit with the heavier penalty?

April 01, 2019 Winning Buzzword Bingo With AWS Deep Learning Containers

Amazon’s AWS Santa Clara Summit ‘19 has been chockful of exciting product announcements, including AWS Deep Learning Containers, a service that provides Docker images that will simplify deployment of TensorFlow or ApacheMXNet workloads for training deep learning algorithms (at least according to Amazon).

December 21, 2018 Train to Gain: Training the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals

Academia often struggles to keep up with the evolving cybersecurity landscape, and employers often note that the technical and soft skills learned in education programs lack real-world application. It involves both education and corporate training to build a strong cybersecurity workforce.

April 09, 2018 NetApp Is the Storage Comeback Kid. Should You Care?

NetApp is the storage comeback kid. In just over two years NetApp has gone from drowning under to riding the waves of change that are disrupting the storage industry. If you have previously written off NetApp it may be time for another look.