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Notify your customers that you will protect their data privacy by stating clearly what you will do with the data collected by a device connected to the internet of things and how you will secure their data. For example, Preventice, maker of the BodyGuardian wearable device for people at risk of heart attack, clearly states its security strategies on its website.
Social media membership is for free but there’s a cost to pay if you do not pay close attention to the information that can be stolen from you. Is social media in this aspect boon or bane? You decide.
Most of the concern over adopting bring your own device policies usually centers around security. With so many new endpoint devices in use, there are more avenues where attackers can infiltrate an organization, often with damaging results.
Password protection has become a hot topic in recent months, what with the leak of naked celebrity selfies and the constant threat that one wrong click will send our most private of communications into the wrong hands. So what can you do about it?
The rising availability of wearable tech like the Apple iWatch and Google Glass is changing the modern business world with goals of higher productivity and a better bottom line in mind.
Recently, an inmate was able to escape from Lancaster County sheriff‘s deputies. After his escape, the inmate stopped and posted a status update to Facebook.
Job interviews are all about getting as much information as possible out of the candidate, but there are certain boundaries that employers shouldn’t cross.
The golden era of Myspace and before the rapid commercialisation of social media is now a thing of the past. State and federal privacy laws remain woefully underdeveloped against the rapidly evolving social media landscape. Any organisation using social networking sites needs to have a clear understanding of the privacy laws governing business participation on social media.
Every day, there is worrying talk or media coverage around cyber-spying, cyber-criminality and privacy incursions, not to mention the data gathering by Google, Facebook and even Secret. So, for college applicants (not to mention all people who need to find/keep a job), the message could not be clearer: clean up your online profile.
The good news about the widespread dialogue on Facebook Messenger is that it brought to light the issues that surround privacy of data. Further implicating what some of us have always known: “When the service is free, the user is the product.” In other words, when companies like Facebook create applications that we use in our everyday lives, the real price is what we sacrifice for the right to use the application for free: our data.