Cryptocurrencies are portrayed as a more anonymous and less traceable method of payment than credit cards. So if you shop online and pay with Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency, how much privacy do you have? In a new paper, we show just how little.
Accenture has published a new research report that finds that biometrics and advanced analytics are helping to revolutionize the way governments and public service agencies are addressing data security and privacy concerns.
Gartner presents five trends in cybersecurity for 2017 and 2018 here . It notes that folks with cybersecurity skills have a zero percent unemployment rate. The industry needs and will continue to need new kinds of skills as cybersecurity evolves in areas such as data classes and data governance.
There are a staggering number of applications for Android and iOS which claim to help people keep track of their monthly cycle, know when they may be fertile, or track the status of their pregnancy. These apps entice the user to input the most intimate details of their lives, such as their mood, sexual activity, physical activity, physical symptoms, height, weight, and more. But how private are these apps, and how secure are they in fact?
Humans do have an instinctual desire for privacy. However, for 3,000 years, cultures have nearly always prioritized convenience and wealth over privacy.
The House of Commons Library, which aims to provide impartial research and analysis to MPs and their staff, has published a briefing paper on the impact of Brexit on data protection law in the UK.
Porn browsing habits and confidential documents are found in supposedly anonymised data.
With less than one year to go before the EU General Data Protection Regulation comes into force, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams and AvePoint have launched the second annual GDPR Organizational Readiness Survey.
This is the second article in a series on establishing program metrics and benchmarking your privacy incident-management program. By explanation: Radar, Inc., provides purpose-built decision-support software designed to guide users through a consistent, defensible process for incident management and risk assessment.
At the IAPP Global Privacy Summit in 2016, Deirdre Mulligan and Kenneth Bamberger were presented with Privacy Leadership Awards and gave a keynote address based on the work that led to “Privacy on the Ground,” a book documenting the way privacy is actually done inside organizations around the world.