This #ChatSTC Twitter chat discussed how you can protect yourself and your information and make online safety part of the conversation.
When businesses have your data, you can’t control how well it‘s safeguarded but there are some simple steps that you can take to make it harder for fraudsters to use your personal information if they get ahold of it.
On Thursday, Jan. 25, the National Cyber Security Alliance will mark Data Privacy Day 2018 with an event streamed live from LinkedIn in San Francisco. This event will feature engaging panels, TED-style talks and interviews focusing on the latest privacy issues you should know about.
Privacy professionals must take a strategic view of privacy risk by challenging the assumptions that have been made about the type of risk they are trying to manage and the thinking that went into conceptualizing the manifestation and likelihood of the risk.
Here are a few crucial things you need to know to keep yourself and your personal information safe when using a smart hub in your home or business.
We are all aware of the recent headlines about major data breaches of personal information and similar cyber incidents, from the theft of 145 million records from a major credit reporting agency to reports about ransomware shutting down businesses. But of all the data that is at risk, a breach of our health information is probably the most concerning.