Tag: Data Privacy

Tips for Improving Data Privacy, Security in the Remote Work Era

Employees have been working remotely (i.e., any place with an Internet connection) since at least the mid-2000s. The COVID-19 outbreak, which started in 2020, forced employers to permit employees with certain types of jobs (usually white-collar) to work remotely on at least a part-time basis. IT departments were overwhelmed by the pressing need to set […]

Faces of Security: Noureen Njoroge from Nike

Noureen Njoroge, Director of Global Cyber Threat Intelligence at Nike, has dedicated her life to solving problems, leading teams, and mentoring others, especially women entering the cybersecurity field. As a global keynote speaker and winner of several industry awards, Njoroge has vast knowledge of business management, threat mitigation, and data privacy. Before joining Nike, she […]

LinkedIn, FTC, Microsoft, Uber and More Talk Data Privacy

Speaking on topics that included federal legislation, diversity initiatives, and cookie ghostwriting, several officials from big-name companies and agencies spoke during a conference dubbed “The Data Privacy Balancing Act: A Data Privacy Week 2022 Event,” held virtually on Jan. 26. The day’s activities, which included three hours of sessions, were hosted by the National Cybersecurity […]

Best Practices for Data Breach Detection, Response

It’s not a matter of who will be affected by a data breach but when. The COVID-19 pandemic has awakened a Pandora’s box of data predators. For a company, the breaches can be costly, both financially and in other ways, including the devastating toll they can take on your reputation. Many breaches occur because of […]

Man in office using personal devices for work.

BYOD Security Risks

We’ve talked before about the reasons an employer may benefit from implementing a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy in the workplace, such as cost reduction, improved employee satisfaction, the likelihood of better technology standards, and the decreased time to productivity on a personal device, just to name a few. But there are quite a few security risks, […]