Your medical file is a treasure trove of information for fraudsters who can use your Social Security number and other sensitive information. In the wrong hands, it can lead to identity theft and misdiagnoses, and jeopardize your ability to secure employment. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, shares tips on how to protect yourself.
Kentucky's State Board of Elections is working with CyberScout, an industry-leading cyber security firm, to strengthen the security of Kentucky's election processes. The Board recently unveiled a new poll worker recruitment tool to assist county clerks in administering our elections with confidence. Learn more here.
The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, goes into effect May 25, 2018, creating the perfect opportunity for insurers to examine how they use cyber insurance to protect commercial policyholders, according to Matt Cullina, CEO of CyberScout. Learn more in this in-depth interview with Business Reporter.
Identity protection is available to most citizens. But Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, notes that little is being done to safeguard prisoners from this fast-growing crime in this article by The Marshall Project.
Focusing on protecting your company's data is good for business and, increasingly, a legal requirement as many state and federal laws regulate how businesses safeguard customer information. Adam Levin, chairman and founder of CyberScout, shares how with these four simple steps.
Al Franken called for more government regulation of tech companies at Privacy XChange Forum, CyberScout's annual cyber security conference held this year in Lisbon, Portugal. It was his first public appearance since his resignation earlier in 2018. Learn more here.
Al Franken delivered a blistering rebuke of Facebook and other tech companies that abuse the privacy of user data at Privacy XChange Forum, a cyber security conference sponsored by CyberScout in Lisbon, Portugal. See a live stream of the former senator's keynote here.
Former Sen. Al Franken will be making his first public appearance next month after his resignation from Congress earlier this year after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct were made against him.
Former Sen. Al Franken will discuss Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election at CyberScout's Privacy XChange Forum, his first public appearance since leaving the U.S. Senate. CyberScout chairman and cofounder Adam Levin said Franken has been a crucial voice on privacy and cybersecurity issues.
Former Sen. Al Franken will make his first public appearance since leaving the Senate at CyberScout's Privacy XChange Forum. Learn more in Politico's Morning Cybersecurity column.