The Stay Safe Online Blog
When it comes to tightening your Internet and computer privacy security, one crucial step you can take is to learn more about how your online activities leave confidential traces behind on your hard drive.
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) recently held the first event in a series that tackles various aspects of our digital lives, focusing on emerging technologies and the transformation of traditional industries through technology and data. This series asks participants to consider the ways that being “always on” impacts us and how we relate to each other.
Summer is a popular time for travel, and while staying connected can enrich your travel experience, it is important to take note of potential security issues before using the Internet on the go.
The National Cyber Security Alliance recently partnered with data privacy management company TRUSTe on the Internet of Things (IoT) Privacy Summit, held July 10 in Silicon Valley, California. This event, which featured presentations by technology, privacy, business and policy experts, addressed the privacy questions and needs related to the Internet of Things, or the growing world of web-connected devices and products.
The RE: View is a bimonthly look back at the headlines that caught the attention of our RE: Cyber contributors that senior executives and board members should consider when assessing and managing cyber risk.
Growing your business is top of mind yet one data breach can financially devastate your company. This ChatDPD highlights ways small biz can prioritize privacy and establish a strong baseline for a proactive and defensive data protection plan. Guests: @ATTSmallBiz, @PrivacyProf, @PrivacyPros
The LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute recently released a research paper, "An LGBT Broadband Future," which discusses the specific technological needs affecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities and explores potential solutions to the technology-related issues they experience.
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.
The RE: View is a bimonthly look back at the headlines that caught the attention of our RE: Cyber contributors that senior executives and Board members should consider when assessing and managing cyber risk.
Information about your physical activity, daily habits and physical location are some of the most personal and sensitive details about you yet most of us are unaware of all the places our data may go on a given day.
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