LDSR’s Data443 Headlines with Microsoft and Facebook In BIGToken Feature On $124 Billion Data Privacy Market

New York, NY – November 6, 2018 - LandStar, Inc. (OTCPK: LDSR), the parent company of Data443™ Risk Mitigation, Inc. (“Data443”), a leading data security and privacy company, is featured in a release from BIGToken, a consumer Blockchain platform.  The BIGToken feature was released yesterday addressing the burgeoning Data Privacy market.  The feature includes quotes from Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO Satya Nadella, Jason Remillard, CEO and founder of LDSR’s Data443.  The article is included below, in addition to a link to the original article.  The article has been republished here to emphasize the as of yet undiscovered LDSR opportunity.  LDSR closed yesterday at $0.005 at the same time it was featured in an article with Microsoft and Facebook.  Recent analyst coverage recommended LDSR at a Speculative BUY with a $0.027 Target PPSWith LDSR being featured by the Data Privacy industry side by side with Micrsoft and Facebook, it appears that LDSR is undervalued and that even the over 400% ROI that would be realized at the $0.027 Target PPS, might not adequately represent LDSR’s underlying value.

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Nov 5

Microsoft CEO Says Data Privacy is a Human Right: The Week in Data Privacy and Transparency

In this week’s data privacy news, the CEO of Microsoft urges tech companies to focus on data privacy, Mark Zuckerberg announces Facebook’s data privacy timeline, Data443 releases an innovative data security product, and more.

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks out about data privacy

In a keynote address this past Thursday, Nadella voiced his support for privacy as a “human right.” He focused on three major elements: privacy, cybersecurity and AI ethics. He cited EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as a model form of legislation. This nod follows a similar sentiment from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who championed the legislation at a talk this month as well. Nadella urged companies to see common citizens and small businesses as the most vulnerable to cyber threats, and tasked them with using their power to protect them.

“We need to use our collective prowess and power to protect these most vulnerable of populations, and it requires not just our industry but also nation states to be part of that,” he said. His final note touched on the importance of regulating AI as the impressive technology continues to develop. The need for ethical standards around artificial intelligence is becoming dire, and it’s the responsibility of massive tech companies like Microsoft and Apple to reckon with the consequences of this innovation.

Mark Zuckerberg sees major privacy updates coming in 2019

In a third-quarter earnings call with analysts, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly claimed that some much-needed privacy updates are coming in 2019. “A few years ago, Facebook was very behind where it needed to be,” Zuckerberg said. “We started a three-year roadmap through the end of 2019 to get our systems to the level where we think we should be at — systems that can flag information that we think might be problematic to a much larger security and review team.” He went on: “But we are up against sophisticated adversaries and threats will continue to evolve.” He reassured them by saying that the company is getting better and better at detecting threats and eliminating them.

More specifically, Zuckerberg claimed that the platform has flagged several groups from Russia and Iran who have been using social media to sway elections and encourage political and social divisions in the U.S., the UK and elsewhere. But he cited the massive growth of Facebook users as the key issue moving forward. Facebook had 2.27 billion monthly average users in September. It’s estimated that more than 2.6 billion people now use Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, or Messenger each month.


New security product from Data443 is a major step forward

Data443 released version 1.43 of ClassiDocs last week, which is a huge advancement for data privacy tech and GDPR compliance. The system uses a Data Repository Owner Identification technology to securely manage data, and help businesses comply with GDPR in a number of ways. “Data privacy and GDPR response continue to drive IT spending worldwide,” said Jason Remillard, founder of Data443. “And these factors are just as important if not more so for the vast number of companies that use cloud services to manage and conduct their business. Our mission has always been to deliver industry-leading cybersecurity products that empower organizations to solve real-life data challenges.”

Companies are expected to spend $124 billion worldwide on information security products and services in 2019, and a large portion of that spending is to ensure GDPR compliance. And as cloud services become more and more popular, that market increases to an estimated $300 billion-plus by 2021. The adoption of cloud services is the way of the future, but it increases the need for sophisticated security. The newest version of ClassiDocs is certainly one of the most comprehensive solutions to the problem yet.

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