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Data Privacy, Security and Data-Driven Marketing Under Fire

by Jake Sorofman  |  October 7, 2013

It’s for no particular reason that my last few posts have been somewhat ominous in tone, hinting at the rise of the machines and a world where all that’s knowable...

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AuthN TNG: Many Factors, Confidence, and Risk Scoring

by Ben Tomhave  |  September 12, 2013

Caveat: I'm part of the Security and Risk Management Strategies (SRMS) team, and not part of Identity and Privacy Strategies (IdPS). Also, fair warning... this is an incomplete thought and...

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Get ready, get set…GO! It’s Catalyst Time!

by Heidi Wachs  |  July 23, 2013

A week from today Gartner's Catalyst Conference will be in full force. You might wonder, “what does that even mean?” A few years ago I had the opportunity to present...

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2012 Healthcare Breaches

by Jack Santos  |  May 13, 2013

If you have followed my blog, you know that I annually review the US HHS breach report, just to see what kind of year we had in healthcare security.  Well,...

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“Explain it to me Iike I’m a four-year-old…”

by Heidi Wachs  |  April 10, 2013

I attend a lot of conferences. I mix and mingle with technologists, educators, attorneys, and privacy professionals and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard them all say...

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Lessons from Amazon S3: Default isn’t a bad word

by Heidi Wachs  |  April 8, 2013

Default often has a negative connotation – what we settle for when there’s no better option. In information classification terms, we reinforce the idea of a default classification for things...

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Privacy Pros: A Work in Progress

by Heidi Wachs  |  March 13, 2013

The International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) has only been around for 13 years. Compare that, for example, to the American Bar Association, which was founded in 1878, or the...

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Social Media and Big Data Put New Power in the Hands of Digital Marketers

by Andrew Frank  |  February 28, 2013

If there was any doubt that social media and big data are joining forces to revolutionize marketing, this announcement from Facebook should put it to rest: “Today, we're expanding custom...

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A Really Helpful Regulatory Change Tool

by French Caldwell  |  October 26, 2012

One of the questions I get all the time is, “Where can I find what regulations apply to me?”  I talked this morning to Fred Diers who has created GRMpedia...

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Why Government Should Care Less About Open Data and More About Data

by Andrea Di Maio  |  October 22, 2012

Among the flurry of activities and deja-vu around open data that governments worldwide, in all tiers are pursuing to increase transparency and fuel a data economy, I found something really...

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