Posts Tagged 'privacy'

When a company goes out of business, its assets—including stores, trademarks, furniture and signs—are sold off. The term for this is called liquidation—the business equivalent of an estate sale. Regardless of terminology, everything is sold. And in the case of RadioShack, a once shimmering empire of electronic memorabilia, ‘everything’ includes your data. Yes, if you […]

Roses are red, violets are blue, but does your security matter to your loved one too? Okay, so maybe my rhyme needs a little work, but the substance is there: when we share personal information in real life, even with loved ones, we run the risk of exposing our most personal details with the world. […]

The pace and advances in technology are greatly outstripping the capacity of government to effectively regulate. I have been speaking with senior security professionals around the world, asking about their top issues and priorities for the coming year. I was somewhat surprised that they only had one thing in common: the issue of security and […]

If I had asked you a decade ago how you’d feel about people knowing and tracking your everyday whereabouts, your response would have likely been that it’s an invasion of your privacy. Or, you would have at least been a bit wierded out. If I told you that trotting after your every move and handing […]

Every dog has its day, and for data privacy that day is January 28, 2015. What the average person may consider just another Wednesday is an important day for those of us in the cybersecurity community. Data Privacy Day is the perfect reminder of the need to educate and safeguard both businesses and consumers alike. And […]