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Cybersecurity Best Practices in the Remote-Working Environment

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, much of the workforce has shifted to working remotely, with many workers operating out of makeshift “offices” they created in their homes with little or no warning. Along with this remote work comes

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Posted in Data Security, Policies and Procedures, Privacy, Uncategorized

Eight Best Practices for Avoiding Data Breaches

As data breaches are on the rise, the old adage rings true: it’s not a question of if, but when. More companies are experiencing crippling breaches and the statistics are alarming:  According to IBM Security’s Cost of a Data Breach

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Posted in Data Breach, Data Security, Policies and Procedures, Standards

5 Ways in Which Your Company’s Privacy Policy is Insufficient

Well thought-out internal privacy policies and procedures are an essential part of any company’s information management program.  These internal policies should not be confused with a company’s external privacy notice, which informs the company’s customers as to how it may

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In the new digital world, individuals and businesses are almost entirely dependent on computer technology and electronic communications to function on a daily basis. Although the power of modern technology is a source of opportunity and inspiration—it also poses huge challenges, from protecting privacy and securing proprietary data to adhering to fast-changing statutory and regulatory requirements. The Cyber Law Monitor blog covers privacy, data security, technology, and cyber space. It tracks major legal and policy developments and provides analysis of current events.
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