98% of Businesses Still not CCPA Compliant  - Are You One of Them?

The California Consumer Privacy Act took effect on January 1, 2020. Despite the impending deadline, as of July 2019, 98% of companies did not consider themselves fully compliant - an overwhelming majority who can get...

Five Biometric Trends to Watch in 2020

Data breaches have become an ever-present threat in the digital age. In the first half of 2019 alone, there were over 3,800 cases of data breaches - representing a 54% increase over 2018. Compromised private data can...

The Impact of Data Breaches on Share Prices

In a recent post, we examined the costly consequences for companies that fail to protect the personal data of their customers, resulting in data breaches and security incidents. Data privacy laws, such as the California...

The Future of Cybersecurity – A Safe World Despite Compromised Biometrics

The enormous number of breaches exposing personal data is old news. Mega breaches, where millions of records are compromised, do not faze people anymore. This August, an unconventional incident had many concerned. Over...

Data Breaches Are Expensive and They Are About to Get Worse with CCPA

A new decade of technological advancement is upon us. As digital transformation continues to provide many benefits and opportunities to both brands and consumers, cybersecurity issues have turned data management into a...

CCPA: An Open Door for Cyberterrorism?

With the California Consumer Privacy Act coming into effect on January 1st, 2020, many questions arise about this poorly-written legislation. ImageWare's Chief Technology Officer David Harding expressed his concerns on...

Forbes interviewed ImageWare's CTO David Harding about the dark web, data breaches, and more

Forbes Contributor Nicole Martin welcomed ImageWare’s CTO David Harding for a thought-provoking interview about the aftermath of data breaches. Questions revolved around the dark web, what happens to your data when it...

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