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California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and Its Impact on Businesses
Last week, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 was passed by California legislature, expanding the definition of personal data and including more rights for California residents.
Bridging the Gap Between Security and Privacy
Security Geeks and Privacy Peeps
Privacy Shield: Vote to Suspend
While America was celebrating the 4th of July, the European Parliament voted in favor of a non-binding resolution calling on the European Commission to suspend the Privacy Shield...
Midyear Security and Privacy Check – In
2016 and the beginning of 2017 was an incredible year for the cybercriminal. It has brought the hacker untold millions on the back of ransomware attacks across all industry sectors....
Privacy in the Cloud – an introduction to ISO 27018
Why There Really Is No Such Thing As a Free App (or Lunch)
There was a quiet revolution that took place a while back within the marketing landscape. Investors were falling over themselves to invest in an idea known as ‘targeted marketing’ or...
What will the Privacy Landscape Be in 2017?
There have been many changes in the privacy world in the last few years. People are becoming more aware and concerned with the way the government and the private sector are collecting...
Privacy Shield - What You Need to Know About Storing EU Data
Can The UK’s Data Privacy Survive Brexit?
On June the 23rd an unprecedented event took place in the United Kingdom. After many months of intense campaigning by both sides of the EU debate, the populace of Britain voted in a...
Is Our Security and Privacy Healthy on Medical Devices?
Originally published on healthcareguys.com
Everything you've ever posted becomes public from tomorrow
As I sit here, ironically just wrapping up a privacy conference, scrolling my Facebook wall, I am seeing dozens of posts from smart, professional, aware people, all posting an apparent...
Preparing for Privacy Shield Certification
American companies are hotfooted to clinch the new requirements of the Privacy Shield. Since the European Commission officially adopted the framework on July 12, organizations have scurried to...
The Inhospitable Nature of Privacy
The hospitality industry inherits significant amounts of information about the consumer; the obvious being financial details to pay for services and also personally identifiable information (PII)
Tick Tock: The Privacy TSP
Often times, service organizations ask: "Why it is that the Privacy Trust Services Principle (TSP) for a SOC 2 examination takes so much more time and resources to attest against compared to...
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Geolocation can tell you
What does Carmen Sandiego have to do with Privacy? Carmen Sandiego may be easier to find in 2016. Thirty years ago, Carmen and her band of henchmen began gallivanting around the globe,...
The Privacy Landscape in 2016
Originally Published on www.isaca.org
Privacy Principle Undergoes an Overhaul.
The AICPA just released an updated version of TSP Section 100. The update amends TSP Section 100 and supersedes Appendix C of TSP Section 100A, which relates to the Generally Accepted Privacy...
Privacy Shield: Un-peeling the Onion, The 4 Points to Consider
When the European Commission finally released the text of the EU-U.S Privacy Shield agreement reached in February, I dove into its lines like a surgeon. The European Court of Justice’s...
Patient Privacy within a Complex Eco-System
Co-authored with Jeanmarie Loria from Advize Health and originally posted on www.informationbuzz.com The planets are aligning against the privacy of every individual who uses a healthcare system;...
2015 Privacy In Review