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The Art of Invisibility

by Andrew Ysasi, MS It has been a year since The Art of Invisibility was released.  Author Kevin Mitnick, a security consultant and "the world's most...

Federal government debuts data-breach reporting rules

JOSH O’KANE PUBLISHED APRIL 18, 2018UPDATED APRIL 18, 2018 Ottawa has unveiled the final regulations for Canadian organizations who discover data breaches, offering a checklist of...

Check out what’s new in Gmail Confidential mode

Google's confidential mode is all about keeping sensitive information safe and secure. It will let users expire a message after a set period of time...

Everything Must Go: Effective Data Removal When a Business Closes

by Russ Ernst on April 20, 2018 Ineffective data removal from corporate desktop computers, laptops, external drives, servers and other IT equipment containing highly sensitive data can pose...

Texas Supreme Court Moving Case Files On Microfiche Into the Digital Age

http://www.conchovalleyhomepage.com/news/texas-supreme-court-moving-case-files-on-microfiche-into-the-digital-age/1130511235 AUSTIN (Nexstar) - The Texas Supreme Court recently began a project transferring more than a decade of case files on microfiche to PDF documents,...

4 steps for meeting GDPR-ready identity governance

By Paul Trulove Published April 23 2018, 6:30am EDT On May 25 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation will go into effect, leaving organizations just over one month to...

Facebook moving 1.5 billion users away from GDPR protection

If a new European law restricting what companies can do with people's online data went into effect tomorrow, almost 1.9 billion Facebook users around...

Researcher estimates GrayKey can unlock 6-digit iPhone passcode in 11 hours, here’s how to...

By AppleInsider Staff Monday, April 16, 2018, 05:23 pm PT (08:23 pm ET)New estimates from a security researcher suggest GrayKey, a digital forensics tool in active...

SSAE 18 vs SSAE 16: Key differences in the new SOC 1 standard

Posted on July 25, 2017 by Carrie Kennedy Note: This is a guest post by David Barton, of UHY Advisors, one of the largest professional services...

A Guide to GDPR Training: Free Download by Professor Daniel Solve @ TeachPrivacy.com

A Guide to GDPR Training The GDPR has extensive training requirements, and they are often a source of many questions. To whom do they apply?...

Instagram bends to GDPR – a “download everything” tool is coming

Published April 13, 2018 Following criticism about lack of data portability – unlike parent Facebook, it doesn’t have a Download Your Data tool – Instagram now says...

Hackers are Your Friend

By Sharon Smith on April 12, 2018 I get a lot of inspiration from reading articles, posts and conversations on LinkedIn about my field, Cybersecurity....

GDPR – In a 1 Page Summary

by Brent Dreyer - VP Emerging Technologies via LinkedIn Published on April 10, 2018 While reading the GDPR (several times) last year, I took copious notes,...

Email service: White House staffer was a ‘password idiot

BY MORGAN GSTALTER - 03/19/18 03:28 PM EDT Encrypted email service ProtonMail is mocking a White House staffer who reportedly left his account login information at a bus stop in Washington, D.C.,...

Google Analytics Announces Changes Due To GDPR

Published 4/11/2018 by Google Analytics Over the past year we've shared how we are preparing to meet the requirements of the GDPR, the new data...

ICRM Announces New Logo

"This new logo is the product of many, many comments on the survey this Committee sent out in early 2016.  It then evolved through...

ARMA: April is RIM month

Welcome to RIM Month!  April is Records and Information Management (RIM) Month. And ARMA, the world's leading membership organization for RIM and IG, will once...

N.J. medical firm to pay $418K after patient records were exposed online

"Although it was a third-party vendor that caused this data breach, VMG is being held accountable because it was their patient data and it was their responsibility to protect it,"

Facebook faces mounting scrutiny

Author Jedidiah Bracy, CIPP/E, CIPP/US April 6th, 2018   The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica story continues to expand as the number of those affected by the data sharing kerfuffle now reportedly numbers 87 million,...

Protect your financial privacy with Bitcoin: A comprehensive guide

Last updated: January 23, 2018 This comprehensive manual will explain how you can use Bitcoin to protect your financial privacy. Why it is important to keep your...

IAPP releases data processing agreement template

March 27, 2018 With the GDPR looming, vendor management is top of everyone’s mind. The first step, of course, is a good contract. To help...

Towns scramble to keep sensitive data from online records

By Julia Perkins Published 12:00 am, Sunday, March 25, 2018 BROOKFIELD — When town officials posted thousands of municipal records online years ago, they thought they were...

How to Start Improving Digital Literacy in Your Workplace

By Elizabeth Marsh | Mar 23, 2018 Where should organizations get started with digital literacy? What skills do they need to foster in the workforce? For practitioners trying...

GDPR Readiness Starts With Unified Governance

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25, 2018. CGOC surveyed 132 compliance officers from organizations around the world and...