In at least six separate federal cases, Google is waging a quiet war against the U.S. government. It’s taking the FBI to task over warrants demanding it hand over the contents of Gmail data stored overseas.
Pew Research estimates that 84% of American adults use the internet, a place where privacy and security are in short supply. What do internet users want in terms of security and privacy? What do they to
Google adds support for Microsoft Office, Facebook at Work, Slack and others to its single sign-on solution
Google doesn’t just offer its own web-based productivity apps, but it also offers a service for business users who want to use Google as an identity provider for accessing other online services using widely
From the doctor’s office and pharmacies to health insurers and drug makers, the use of health apps is expected to take off next year, according to a new report. The trend is being fueled in part by the
James Comey says makers should have keys to encrypted devices as he points to growing difficulty of law enforcement at hearing on San Bernardino shooting FBI director James Comey called on tech companies
Do you still use one generic password to login across multiple websites? Even though it’s a pretty awful habit, you’re probably not alone. Most of of us now have hundreds of accounts for different sites
Opinion: Apple is right to stand firm on encryption however much terrorist attacks ramp up the pressure
Nobody who watched the news coverage of the terrorist attacks in Paris could fail to be moved by the scenes and the stories emerging from it. It was undeniably a horrific series of events, and it’s only
cio.com - Greg Bell is a principal in the Atlanta office of KPMG’s Advisory Services Practice and serves as KPMG’s Service Leader for Information Protection (security, privacy and continuity) practice. With more than 25 years’ experience he is versed in various areas of information management and information security with particular specialization in the fields of IT risk management and business enablement.