This autumn, experts have counted 5183 data breaches around the world compromising 7.9 billion records, and 2019 was claimed to be the worst in the history of data leakage.
They all work with different information, dealing with data at rest and data in use, have their own tasks and use specific instruments.
Voice assistants became subject to investigative journalism — a few high profile publications made readers think twice before using a “helper” or even talking close to the microphone. And that is what we have learned this year.
Although everyone is aware of risks that their data could be stolen, this is only the beginning of the IT risks companies must safeguard themselves from.