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Protecting Sensitive Company Data: How to Educate Employees

Jun 22, 2018 10:57:00 AM by Jennifer Keithson

The threat of a hack is greater than it ever has been before with technology now reaching all parts of the world and granting access to the internet uniformly. The effects of such hacks has been seen in the news lately as well as major corporations like Sony, Yahoo and Equifax experience the terrible consequences of cyber breaches.

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Topics: security, information security, employee engagement

[Guest Post] Infosecurity: 3 Industry Trends to Follow

Jun 21, 2018 10:30:00 AM by Tanya Brooks

In light of recent events, we can all agree that information security has been criminally overlooked on some major fronts across most industries. Absolutely mind-boggling attacks on major corporations like Sony, Yahoo and Equifax have consecrated InfoSec in the most frightening way possible. It is entirely possible that InfoSec had been given the resources it needed in those conditional circumstances but, given the unmitigated damage and lack of response, it is beyond fair to say that InfoSec may not have been a high priority. The benefit, if any, of these attacks is that they cemented the need for InfoSec in all businesses of all sizes.

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Topics: automation, security, information security, Artificial Intelligence

Lions and Tigers and Facebook – Oh My!

Mar 30, 2018 10:52:23 AM by Bob Larrivee




Yep, that is what I am hearing these days, reminiscent of the scene from the Wizard of Oz when they are entering the forest, knowing that there are animals and possible danger hiding in the shadows. Yet they choose to enter anyway.

Now we have Facebook, and news that information was collected and used by Cambridge Analytica. So how does this happen? Have you ever agreed to play a game, use and app, or participate in any other social media activity where you are asked to allow the app to access your Facebook information and contacts? Hmmm, could that be a way they collect some of your data? Do you share information, videos, and messages with friends who then share them with others who share them with others, and so on? Could that be a way your data is being collected? Is it possible that like the characters from Oz, we are all willing participants in allowing our data to be shared with others, and then surprised when it shows up somewhere outside of Kansas unexpected, or is potentially part of a major data breach that has suddenly been exposed?

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Topics: security, information security, gdpr

Guest Post -- GDPR Compliance starts with Data Discovery

Nov 16, 2017 9:00:00 AM by Andrew Pery

This is the seventh post in a series on privacy by Andrew Pery. You might also be interested in:

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Topics: privacy, security, information security, gdpr

Guest Post -- New Global Data  and Privacy Regulations in 2018 and the GDPR

Nov 2, 2017 1:14:08 PM by Jude O'Neil

Your Best Defense Should Include Some New Approaches

Believe it or not, 2018 is less than 100 days away and it is bringing with it a slew of new regulatory concerns. Data privacy breaches have been in the news again and again this year, eliciting increased concern from regulators and legislative bodies. We can be sure that issues like the Equifax breach and Yahoo’s recent disclosure of the scope of the 2013 breach will remain topics of discussion and litigation for some time to come.

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Topics: privacy, europe, security, information security, gdpr

Guest Post - How important is digital document consistency?

Oct 30, 2017 10:00:00 AM by Wouter Koelewijn

A repository containing documents that were digitized inconsistently or inaccurately presents a new set of problems for an organization, problems that can hinder the productivity gains they had hoped to achieve.

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Topics: privacy, business process, scanning, capture, security, Digital business, information security, information capture, gdpr

New eBook - Are You Ready for new European Data Protection Regulations?

Oct 25, 2017 8:06:00 AM by John Mancini

The New EU Data Protection Regulation is Just Around the Corner

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Topics: privacy, europe, security, information security, gdpr

Guest Post - Mitigate Data Privacy and Security Risks with Machine Learning

Oct 2, 2017 4:40:18 PM by Andrew Pery

This is the sixth post in a series on privacy by Andrew Pery. You might also be interested in:

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Topics: privacy, security, information security, gdpr

Equifax and a sense that I've seen this movie before

Sep 8, 2017 1:56:04 PM by John Mancini

As Yogi would say, it’s like déjà vu all over again.

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Topics: information governance, electronic records management, security, information security, equifax

Guest Post - The Privacy and Security Dichotomy

Aug 10, 2017 10:25:00 AM by Andrew Pery

This is the fifth post in a series on privacy by Andrew Pery. You might also be interested in:

There is a considerable divergence of opinion about the relationship between privacy rights and security concerns.   Opinion polls reflect such a divided sentiment.   A 2016 survey by Pew Research Center found that while 56% of survey participants want more to be done to keep the country safe, 52% remain seriously concerned about the scope of surveillance programs that may intrude upon their privacy, notably monitoring of internet search habits, email messages and social media interactions.  

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Topics: privacy, security, information security, gdpr

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