According to newly-released EMC Privacy Index, 84% of consumers don't like anyone knowing anything about themselves or their habits unless they make a decision to share that information.
Every year on or around January 28, companies, nonprofits, schools and government agencies celebrate Data Privacy Day (DPD) by educating employees, customers and constituents about privacy. I hope you'll join us in recognizing Data Privacy Day in 2014. Now is the time to start planning how to make the most of DPD and show your commitment to respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
Tiffany Barrett, program manager of Data Privacy Day, highlights "Stop. Think. Is this TMI?", a new campaign by NCSA board member company Intel designed to encourage users to not overshare personal information online.
Data Privacy Day's Tiffany Barrett provides updates on two major privacy campaigns under way in coming days: Privacy Awareness Week (April 28-May 4) and Choose Privacy Week (May 1-May 7).
We recently joined STOP. THINK. CONNECT., Holland & Knight, InfoSight, ISACA and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for a Twitter chat about privacy & small business. Here's a partial transcript of the chat..
We joined STOP. THINK. CONNECT., Data Privacy Day, Intel, Matt Ivester for a Twitter Chat on Data Privacy Day. We also talked about Ivester's book, "LOL...OMG What Every Student Needs to Know About Online Reputation Management, Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying." Here's a partial transcript.
Data Privacy Day is Just Around the Corner - Are You Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust?
Now that National Cyber Security Awareness Month has come to a close, we set our sights on another very important day. January 28th is Data Privacy Day.
The sky is the limit and that is what we are aiming for in 2013 for Data Privacy Day.