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Data Privacy

On Mar 5, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @W_Wiewiorowski: Studies confirm my intuition that GDPR well serves the security of IT. Report says median dwell time from the start of an intrusion to it being identified goes down by 70% due to GDPR's reporting rules. #eudatap #GDPR Thanks @prywatnik for reference. https://t.co/e4bSU3dJ5D
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Cybersecurity: Hacking victims are uncovering cyberattacks faster - and GDPR is the reason why

Cybersecurity: Hacking victims are uncovering cyberattacks faster - and GDPR is the reason why

Organisations are still falling victim to hackers, but a new report from FireEye suggests that data protection legislation has improved the response time to cyberattacks.

On Mar 5, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @adrianweckler: Interview: Irish DPC’s very strong (almost withering) comeback on German charges of ‘go slow’ regulation. Says it’s nonsense they may not know what they’re talking about. + new law may be needed for facial recognition. + her thinking on upcoming fines https://t.co/zA8pSCN3RY
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'Germany can't lecture us on data protection - fines are inevitable'

'Germany can't lecture us on data protection - fines are inevitable'

Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner, Helen Dixon, tells Adrian Weckler that criticism from Germany is unsubstantiated. She also discusses why the rise of facial recognition …

On Mar 7, 2020
@ghayslip shared
Nice weekly recap from Steve Morgan and [email protected] interesting discussion on AI vs AI and Synthetic Identities, enjoy! #CISOapproved #tinkertribe #CISOlife #cisos #womenincybersecurity #cybersecuri #hacking #security #cyber ty #privacy https://t.co/KZIcCQPLjZ
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On Mar 8, 2020
@zcobb shared
That headlines like this are not unusual these days suggests tech companies either lost their way or decided to pursue a dark path to profitability. https://t.co/dfOMTbkPxe
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How to stop your smart home spying on you

How to stop your smart home spying on you

Everything in your smart home, from the lightbulbs to the thermostat, could be recording you or collecting data about you. What can you do to curb this intrusion?

On Mar 5, 2020
@Dejan_Kosutic shared
From archives: How a change in thinking can stop 59% of security incidents | 27001Academy https://t.co/pm1BC0rd4u https://t.co/7JB9T3WzDq
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How a change in thinking can stop 59% of security incidents

How a change in thinking can stop 59% of security incidents

59% of security incidents last year were due to employees and negligence. Find out how you can stop them through security training and clear processes

On Mar 6, 2020
@msftsecurity shared
“The reason you keep hearing about phishing from speakers like us … it's not because we want to bore you with repetition. It's because phishing still works.” — @DianaKelley14 https://t.co/GpTx4o4DtS
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How Security Leads at Starbucks and Microsoft Prepare for Breaches

How Security Leads at Starbucks and Microsoft Prepare for Breaches

Executives discuss the security incidents they're most worried about and the steps they take to prepare for them.

On Mar 8, 2020
@BrianHonan shared
RT @noteworthy_ie: A private company in Ireland is aiming to collect the DNA of almost one in every ten people in Ireland. We want to investigate what is being done to our protect data privacy in terms of genetic material. Help us find out: https://t.co/F3ELsNMsnj
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SELLING OUR GENES: Should the Government be funding a private company to collect 400,000 Irish people’s DNA?

SELLING OUR GENES: Should the Government be funding a private company to collect 400,000 Irish people’s DNA?

Personal data is big business - and nothing is more personal than our genetic blueprint.

On Mar 6, 2020
@mikko shared
RT @CSAalto: "It's extremely important that all of us understand the tools, channels and methods of information manipulation." - @rsarvas This spring @AaltoUniversity offers open lectures on informational influence. Great guest speakers incl. @JessikkaAro and @mikko! https://t.co/GaiDPV89cT
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All of us are exposed to information manipulation - Welcome to follow open lectures and learn what that means

All of us are exposed to information manipulation - Welcome to follow open lectures and learn what that means

Informational influence and information manipulation touch every one of us. For that reason, the Information Networks Programme welcomes everyone to come and learn about this phenomenon.