A Rising Tide: Why We All Need Data Privacy Laws
Billions of connections are made online every single day—at work, at home, and at play. What’s the common thread linking all these connections and the people making them?
Making Data Work for Businesses and Citizens with Data Curation and Sound Data Privacy Practices
The trend will continue, and it’s important for everyone to understand that the lens through which we view data privacy has a major impact on business.
Analyze This: Why Data Matters to Operational Success, Business Acceleration, and More
Irving Tan, SVP of Operations, shares his insights on the democratization of data on the latest Privacy Sigma Riders podcast.
Data Privacy Makes Its Presence Known at Cisco Live 2018
Privacy is good for business - and for innovation. Customers care that their data is protected. When privacy is done right, customers gain confidence in vendors demonstrating respect for their data.
Hello, GDPR Enforcement
It’s here. The much anticipated, oft-discussed, enforcement date of May 25 for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has arrived.
Calling All Data Nerds: Celebrate the 20th Episode of Privacy Sigma Riders with Us
Author, cognitive scientist, and former poker champion Annie Duke says removing bias and emotion from data analysis is the key to better decision-making. Tune in today!
Three Things Businesses Can Do to Protect Data Privacy
Today, protecting data privacy is a must. Companies must demonstrate how they are protecting data privacy to earn the trust of global customers, users, partners and employees.
Five Things You Can Do to Manage Your Privacy Now
The Internet of Things – the increasingly connected world in which we live – is rapidly expanding. We love our convenient and fun devices – like personal assistants, wearables, speakers, cameras, TVs, cars, home alarm systems, toys and appliances. But it’s important to understand that connected devices rely on information about us – such as […]
Online Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility – Yes, That Means You
While major corporate breaches and ransomware attacks like WannaCry continue to get the most attention, we are also seeing a rise in attacks that directly target consumers and employees.