This year, the theme for Data Privacy Day focuses on respecting privacy, protecting data and enabling trust. Today's global company is by necessity a digitized company. As a result, challenges around data privacy, security and trust must be addressed by everyone: companies, vendors, partners and consumers alike.
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Companies and organizations all over the globe are increasingly hiring privacy professionals to help them make the tough decisions about what information to collect, when and how to store and delete it, which databases to combine and what big data to mine.
Data Privacy Day – which arrives in just a week – is a day designed to raise awareness and promote best practices for privacy and data protection. It is a day that looks to the future and recognizes that we can and should do better as an industry. It reminds companies that they need to focus on the importance of having the trust of users.
Data Privacy Day is coming up on Jan. 28, and it’s a great time for businesses to ensure they know how to create cultures of privacy at work. Digital citizens value transparency, or understanding how businesses collect, use and share their information – in other words, privacy is good for business.
While Data Privacy Day is focused on raising awareness among consumers, it is also an opportunity to raise privacy awareness within any organization. Here are five easy activities your organization can undertake to support privacy awareness this DPD or anytime throughout the year.
Mozilla is privileged to work with an amazing team of volunteers around the world who dedicate their time and energy to Internet issues, including a small team in India that decided to dream big this year for International Data Privacy Day.
Accessing public WiFi on any device is a lot less safe than you may realize. Data Privacy Day is a good time to reassess the ways in which our desire to stay constantly connected is putting ourselves at risk.