Four ways phishing attacks are like vampires

  Confession time: I was terrified of vampires as a child. Werewolves I loved. Ghosts? Frankenstein? Meh. Zombies a little freaky but so long as I wasn’t in a graveyard no worries. Vampires however.… vampire drink blood, sleep in coffins, walk the night and, at the time, struck fear in the hearts of six year […]

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Five Reasons Why Your Team Needs Privacy Training

Debating if your business should invest in privacy and cybersecurity training? If your organization handles personal information it should be a no-brainer. 

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Rooting out Taxonomy Trees

Looking to get an organization on board with controlled vocabulary? Consider for your business intelligence and information design needs: the taxonomy tree.

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  • "Of course, the reason almost nobody knows how to check up on their privacy in the first place is at least in part thanks to Facebook’s convoluted settings pages of redundant menus and confusing language." ,
  • My murderer is Can’t say I didn’t see that coming.
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  • Going over articles on the Biostar 2 biometric data leak. One thing not covered in detail, but I expect to see more of with future hacks (because yes, there will be more, there will always be more) will be the costs to business customers.,
  • Perfect case of how removing personal identifiers alone won’t erase privacy concerns. ,

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