#iapp job board connects employers and certified #privacy professionals (#privacypros) worldwide. A region, country and certification filter would be nice. https://t.co/88jsmWORxX
22 Aug 2019
#KNOB The vulnerability (CVE-2019-9506) resides in the way devices choose an entropy value for encryption keys while establishing a connection: attacker in close proximity to the victim’s device could intercept or manipulate encrypted #Bluetooth traffic between two paired devices https://t.co/GyC0eL5fFW
21 Aug 2019
The Irish Data Protection Commission launched an investigation into the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection last year after it discovered a senior official changed an online declaration that said it collected biometric data. #GDPR #DPO #fg https://t.co/oE1afQAIYj
18 Aug 2019
Want more #effective #meetings? Learn these 3 rules from #Microsoft's #CEO Satya Nadella: 1. Listen more. 2. Talk less. 3. Be decisive when the time comes. Read more details: https://t.co/G2IeLuJtEG
17 Aug 2019
Dutch police #politie helped 300 Dutch #GandCrab-#ransomware victims deciphering their files. They would otherwise have to pay $600 each to the criminals to (probably) get their files back. See the police website: https://t.co/6BidHY9Gr8 or Dutch news: https://t.co/bgLRUdfHGz
15 Aug 2019
Collecting online consumer data: the good, the bad, and the unknownHeld annually on January 28th, Data Privacy Day (DPD) aims to increase awareness of privacy and data protection issues among consumers, organizations, and government officials.Only 44 percent of adults actively think about the long-term consequences their activities have on their online reputation.
14% of adults surveyed say they have experienced negative consequences due to online activities by others. Read the full report or watch an infographic.
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