Five Information and Privacy Predictions for 2019

To say 2018 was something else is an understatement. So what's next? Here are Information in Bloom’s top five predictions for 2019.

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Blockchain and Privacy: Still a New Frontier, or a False Start?

Why not use blockchain for better privacy protection? Unfortunately, while the technology has benefits, for personal data it still seems to fall short.

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Pain Points in Biometric System Security

Biometric authentication is moving fast from science fiction into everyday reality. From unlocking devices at the sound of a voice, to facial recognition, biometrics systems are growing in use and application, and for good reason. They are convenient, easy to use, and viewed as more secure than conventional authentication systems. Before you jump right in […]

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  • Detailed threat on ‘smart locks’ with lots to unpack, but this hit my privacy radar. As in, “would this even be legal in Canada”? ,
  • In case you've missed it, the new privacy regulations mean business: Google has been fined $56.8 million for breaking the EU’s GDPR. A drop in the bucket for the multi-billion dollar company, but not a fine most could afford. ,
  • Here we go! ,
  • Good thread on news stories and critical reading. ,