Tag Archives: privacy

Five Social Media #Security Tips

Many of the previous posts on this blog have been geared toward midsize businesses to assist them with their information security strategies and to keep their data safe. However, with the widespread use of social media, this post focuses on … Continue reading

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Is Privacy More Important to the Media, Businesses or Consumers?

There is no denying that businesses need to be more diligent in protecting their customers’ data, but with all the data breaches publicized in the mainstream media, who cares more about privacy? What do you think: businesses or consumers? Despite … Continue reading

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What Can Your Business Learn about #Privacy from the UK Direct Marketing Association?

It seems as if a day doesn’t go by without notification by the media of a major data breach. If you’re a member of the C-Suite of a midsize business, you probably spend a good deal of time thinking about … Continue reading

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Does Your Business Fail the Customer Privacy Test?

I had a recent experience where my privacy was compromised, and based on the inaction by the company, I wonder how many experiences I encounter that are not as obvious. I visited a local branch of a national financial institution … Continue reading

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Want a Competitive Advantage? Then Protect Your Customers’ Privacy

It seems as if we hear about a major data breach every day, whether it’s a government entity, hospital or other medical institution, or a large retail outlet. Whether the breach occurs due to malware or a lack of external … Continue reading

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Do Your Customers Want to Be Tracked?

A major entertainment company recently made news when it announced a new tool available at its theme parks. Under the guise of making visits more “fun and easy,” theme park guests are now able to wear a type of bracelet … Continue reading

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Drones: The Next Great Hack

As a kid, one of my favorite hobbies was flying radio control airplanes. Back in the day, we used to hang a colored flag off our antennas to notify other hobbyists what frequency we were on. If someone nearby had … Continue reading

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What Policies Appear On Your Website?

Like many businesses, you probably maintain Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn accounts to promote your product or service. If your leadership and IT teams listen to your marketing and PR teams, these social sites link back to your main website. … Continue reading

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