Tagged: privacy

Cybersecurity and Privacy

There is a common tension between cybersecurity and privacy in that historically, many security professionals have scoffed at the idea of privacy. “If you lock it up, privacy doesn’t matter.” Not true. All security...

sharenting – parents who share

Sharenting – parents sharing kids’ information… should we care? Should they care? Paul and I connected on the Serious Privacy podcast with Drs. Mariea Hoy  and Alexa K. Fox on their recent publication, ‚ÄúSmart Devices, Smart Decisions?...

Phone a [consulting] friend!

Ever had a leaky pipe and thought you could fix it? Generally, unless you’re a plumber, you can’t fix it, it takes triple the amount of time to do so if you can, or...

Launching the Serious Privacy Podcast

Paul Breitbarth and I are launching the Serious Privacy podcast! Paul and I just met in the past few weeks and I don’t think we actually spent any time one on one. It turns...

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Keeping it Real (current): I’m back

Hello everyone! I am back. I wasn’t sure I would be, but based on comments this week at the Privacy, Security, Risk conference in Austin by IAPP – some people have missed me. I’m...

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How to break into Privacy as a Career

This topic seems to be more important than ever given the global demand (okay, mainly the European demand) for experienced privacy professionals. But how do you get experience if no one will hire you...

What did May 26 look like? 0

What did May 26 look like?

A week or so ago, I spoke at the¬†Governance of Emerging Technologies & Science (GETS): Law, Policy and Ethics at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University on – GDPR:...

Royal Privacy 0

Royal Privacy

This week, we visited the Palace of Versailles, not too far outside Paris. It was simply amazing. But privacy…. not a thing. Originally, King Louis XIII built this “hunting lodge” as a way to...

HIPAA – not what you think it is 0

HIPAA – not what you think it is

HIPAA (the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 along with its subsequent amendments) was never intended to interfere with patient care. It was about insurance – it is not the Health Information...

“I have a quick question…..” 0

“I have a quick question…..”

The conversation starts with …. I have a quick question..It’s never quick to ask or quick to answer – especially when to really answer the question, more information is required. I should never say...

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