Before anyone offers up a standard set of tips for how best to manage your privacy, it's worth taking a moment to learn more about the complex data ecosystem in which we all now live – and what that means for controlling information about us.
Providing cybersecurity for a business is challenging enough for IT professionals even when threats are well known. It gets more difficult if an employee is asked to do something that’s bad for the company without realizing the source of the request is a cybercriminal. Business email compromise is an example of such a threat.
The National Cyber Security Alliance hosted a daylong event streamed live from LinkedIn’s offices in San Francisco, CA, in honor of Data Privacy Day 2018.
In this post, we review what consumers should understand about their digital health data and what they can do to protect it and prevent misuse.
Data Privacy Day is only a few days away, and it’s a great time to think about how your business collects, stores, manages and uses data. Personal information about customers, vendors and/or employees may be valuable to your business – but the protection of that data and transparency of its use is something consumers highly value, too. In this Twitter chat, we discussed the importance of safeguarding data at your organization, things to consider in protecting this information and how you can foster a culture of privacy awareness at all levels.
As a student, it is important for you to manage your privacy online. Here are some useful guidelines.