The Stay Safe Online Blog
Data never dies. And data doesn't have a conscience - this immortal resource comes with significant risk. Time for a closer look.
While constant connectivity has its benefits, the rise of mobile devices and the proliferation of WiFi networks can be a dangerous coupling. In fact, many WiFi hotspot users are unaware of the inherent risks that the technology poses - such as an increased risk of identity theft, hacking and compromised bank accounts.
In today's mobile, connected world, we access the Internet everywhere and from multiple devices as we work, play and travel. This chat will offer ways that you can protect your privacy on the go.
The FIDO Alliance recently held a breakfast event to discuss its efforts to strengthen online authentication, its explosive growth in membership since its inception in 2012 and its recently released specifications. Additionally, the event featured a panel discussion of "the good, the bad and the ugly" of replacing passwords.
Yeah, you got a new computer. So what's next? Securely migrating to a new computer can be done in just 5 steps.
A 2014 privacy study found the most important issue for the majority of Americans is transparency: to understand how a business collects, uses and shares personal information - in conclusion, Privacy Is Good For Business. This #ChatDPD will provide tips to help business better address consumer privacy concerns and avoid privacy practices that are perceived as bad or "creepy" that can also harm your company’s reputation.
The term "Big Data" carries a lot of weight. So what should we think when we hear news reporters and insiders talk about "Big Data"? How can we manage what we contribute to its vast (and seemingly scary) collection of information?
In 2014 there seemed to be a new data breach every week. In these breaches of credit card data, student information, Social Security numbers and corporate intellectual property, the personal information of many businesses' clients and employees was exposed. Here are five priorities to consider for your business as we embark on 2015.
#ChatDPD Twitter Chat Transcript: Make a New Resolution: Stay On Track While Protecting Your Health Information
Your health, physical activity and eating habits are some of the most personal and sensitive details about you and your lifestyle. Most of us are unaware, however, of all the places our data may end up on a given day. Join us for another #ChatDPD to discover your health data's journey in our digitally-connected world and learn steps you can take to protect your privacy.
EDUCAUSE and the higher education community were active participants in NCSAM 2014. Colleges and universities have continued to offer fun, creative cybersecurity and online safety activities and events for students, faculty, staff and their local communities. Here are a few highlights.
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