In addition to being a partner and advocate of cybersecurity, HR must also be a protector of sensitive company data, personally identifiable information and protected health information.
Technology developers, manufacturers and marketers have a responsibility to be open to scrutiny and consider the ethical implications of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Introducing part 3 in Legal Blogger Jon Hyman’s exploration in an employer’s role in data privacy and protection.
If you are comparing the security of reusing passwords or storing them in a sticky-note flipbook versus a password manager, the security choice is clear.
The $5 trillion in retirement plans have become a “tempting target” for hackers to access sensitive information.
A few simple steps to secure your passwords and accounts will go a long way to mitigating against a costly cybersecurity risk.
Bringing an inclusive and diverse group of HR professionals and HR technology vendors together can help ensure a better and stronger future.
The five topics covered in its report should be required reading for any employer that wants to understand how to implement cybersecurity best practices.
Going to court to recover a stolen computer or data is the last resort. Yet in many instances it is unavoidable.
Technology has the potential to both do a lot of good and cause a lot of harm. With technology advancing so quickly now, is there room for an ethics code for tech companies?