December 21, 2016 - Shane Stevens
This Holiday Season Beware Prying Eyes

This holiday season’s breakout gift for the younger set, Hatchimals, were scarce even on Black Friday. However, at least in their current form they’re unlikely to spy on you. The same can’t be said for this year’s in-demand, slightly older demographic equivalent, drones. As most of us are acutely aware, drones are naturally, albeit passively intrusive. Still, that doesn’t make them entirely benign and based on how much people talk… Read more


Privacy under siege

Earlier this year VASCO organized its third Trusted Digital Identity Symposium in Brussels, Belgium. The event enables C-level executives to gain a better understanding of the applications, business challenges and opportunities related to digital identity. Leading speakers from the public sector, financial industry and other market sectors, share their vision on how new trends, such as: mobile applications and the Internet-of-Things, impact online business and privacy. In a world where… Read more


How IoT will impact online privacy?

The Internet of Things is growing. In fact this visionary concept has already been applied to a whole range of products and services: the Nest thermostat and Amazon’s Dash home scanner to name but a few. The hottest trend at the moment, however, has got to be wearables. Google Glass is just one proof point that companies are investing heavily in IoT wearables. In 2015 we’ll see the introduction of… Read more