UK plans to make digital ID ‘as reliable as passports’

The UK government is planning a governing body to make digital identities “as reliable as passports” by increasing their legal status and introducing trust marks for digital identity products from private sector suppliers. The release reveals details and preparations that provide a glimpse of what the UK’s future digital identity …

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Connecticut Adopts Stricter Cyber ​​Security Data Breach Notification and Liability Statutes | Man’s pepper with trout

introduction The Connecticut legislature recently enacted two new data breach and cybersecurity laws – Public Act 21-59 and Public Act 21-119 – on June 16 and July 6, respectively. Both laws will come into effect on October 1 and will expand notification obligations for businesses experiencing a data security incident …

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Securing the patient experience through biometrics

Rapid changes in the healthcare industry over the past year have forced providers to adapt to new operations at their in-person facilities and to cope with increases in the number of visitors accessing their services digitally. Telehealth visits increased rapidly in the early months of the global health crisis, accounting …

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