Privacy

Read: Top 4 Identity Protection Predictions for 2020

Top 4 Identity Protection Predictions for 2020

Blake Hall, CEO and founder of ID.me, has drafted four predictions around biometrics, federated identity and data privacy regulations.

Read: Microsoft to Comply With California’s Privacy Law Nationwide

Microsoft to Comply With California’s Privacy Law Nationwide

The CCPA — somewhat similar to the European Union’s GDPR — is one of the most sweeping data privacy regulations in the U.S.

Read: These 6 Cities Are the Most Surveilled in America

These 6 Cities Are the Most Surveilled in America

Six cities landed on a worldwide top 50 list of cities with the most surveillance cameras per person. Cities in China took eight out of the top 10 spots.

Read: How LIDAR Can Power the Next Generation of Anonymized Security Solutions

How LIDAR Can Power the Next Generation of Anonymized Security Solutions

LIDAR systems have the ability to highlight potential threats while still guaranteeing the anonymity of people or objects not deemed a risk.

Read: Hacker Shows How to Turn a Tesla Model S Into a ‘Surveillance Station’

Hacker Shows How to Turn a Tesla Model S Into a ‘Surveillance Station’

A security researcher created a solution that utilizes ALPR software and a machine learning network to spot, track and store license plates and faces.

Read: Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Facial Recognition Technology Faces Scrutiny

Those facial recognition bans you keep hearing about involve the government, not businesses. Here’s how to select and utilize this biometric solution.

Read: Survey: Smart Home Tech Gives Consumers Privacy Fears, But Still Valuable Option for Integrators

Survey: Smart Home Tech Gives Consumers Privacy Fears, But Still Valuable Option for Integrators

According to Parks Associates, 79% of US broadband households are concerned about data security or privacy issues when it comes to smart home technology.

Read: New IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking Offers ‘De-Identifying’ Tools

New IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking Offers ‘De-Identifying’ Tools

Provided free of charge, IDIS privacy software enhances the ability of end users to obscure protected or non-relevant parties.

Read: Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User Photos

Photo Storage App Built Facial Recognition Tool With User Photos

Photo storage app Ever is facing backlash after it was revealed that it is using billions of photos uploaded by its users to train its facial recognition system.

Read: Detroit Residents Split on Expanding Surveillance Program to Traffic Lights

Detroit Residents Split on Expanding Surveillance Program to Traffic Lights

Detroiters have privacy concerns about a new program that would put surveillance cameras on traffic lights at 11 intersections in the city.

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