Based on the complaint, it sounds like he went above and beyond, not just to help prevent the attack on Tesla, but also to help the FBI find out more about the group.
The use of art to illustrate and visualize microbes and other medical images may be a new record or archival classification you hadn't considered. Link to blog post is here.
Albany, NY, ICRM Business Office, September 1, 2020 - The Institute is launching Online Testing September 1. Candidates can now take exams through proctored online testing in the comfort and safety of their own environments, whether home or office. In...
Check out the 2020 i-SIGMA (PRISM/NAID) Buyer's Guide here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc9Oy_zdEwc Interesting how mobile devices really impacted the browser market.
Why people working from home could create organizational risk from simply printing and recycling paper. Read more here.
Helpful tips from Polygon on how to recover books, papers, and files after natural disasters.
Organizations to collaborate on joint venture to bring the Certificate of Cloud Auditing Knowledge (CCAK) to the market via ISACA
Information Governance has been added to the new EDRM Model per EDRM.net. Check out the post below or download it here.
A fantastic resource to help organizations train, educate, and help their stakeholders how to avoid scams.
Do not forget to update Zoom her this article.
Dr. Ross Federgreen, CEO of CSR, discusses privacy concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic here.
A High-Level Visual of the Schrems II JudgmentMost likely, privacy pros will need to have conversations with non-privacy business colleagues in their company regarding the impact of Schrems II as data transfers are at risk. While there is still...
Check out this link to view the infographic and learn more about Brazil's LGPD.
Information privacy has boomed with new regulation such as GDPR and CCPA, but why do organizations still struggle with privacy matters? Maybe it is time to talk about cyber security WITH privacy. Even lead with cyber security....
Hacker claims to have stolen more than 8,200 databases from a security firm's data leak monitoring service via ZDNet