by Veronica Combs, Tech Republic
Smart technology is changing the way that government agencies can find people to inform them of an emergency or health risk in their current physical location. Singapore and South Korea have successfully used this feature to pinpoint citizens and warn them of potential exposure to Coronavirus (COVID-19) as they seek to stop the spread of this pandemic.
But what impact can this technology have on the security of your personal information or your protected health data? Does location or health status tracking infringe on your right to privacy?
Read the article and get insight from ID Agent CEO and General Manager of Security Services at Kaseya, Kevin Lancaster.