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Signal of the Day: Coronavirus Apps

by Marty Resnick  |  June 16, 2020

Germany has joined a growing list of other countries (Italy, Poland, and Latvia) encouraging travelers to download and utilize a mobile app that uses Bluetooth short-range radio to measure close...

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Privacy, Profiling and Public Safety in the time of COVID-19

by Andrew Frank  |  March 21, 2020

Among all the accepted norms that are being transformed by COVID-19 pandemic, the role of data in society stands out. It’s clearer than ever that the availability of data, or...

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"It's more about convenience than compliance"

by Mike Wonham  |  August 30, 2019

It's a common refrain from our security clients: "our systems and processes are more about convenience than compliance". (This is a direct quote from one them). Well of course they...

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Privacy Engineering - the new DevOps?

by Mike Wonham  |  August 8, 2019

Once upon a time security was an afterthought. And the security profession tried to convince everyone that building security in from the start was cheaper, easier and more effective. Ok,...

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The Post-GDPR Polarized Privacy Personalization Paradox Blues

by Andrew Frank  |  July 5, 2018

Whatever good or ill may come from the GDPR, one thing is clear: it has focused marketing’s collective mind on issues of privacy and control in data-driven marketing. While vendors...

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The GDPR: A Game-Changer for Personalized Marketing?

by Bryan Yeager  |  February 23, 2018

If I’m being honest, data privacy is a topic that tends to elicit more eyerolls than expressions of enthusiasm among marketers. After all, data is supposed to be the fuel...

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