Changes are coming to privacy regulations. Data breaches keep happening for the same old reasons. But above all, your users want better.
As the clock ticks closer to 2020, a wrap-up of some of the stories that had my blog’s attention this year.
How much money does your small business spend on information security per year? Not sure? Afraid to say? Relax, we’re not here to judge. The reality is, every business runs on a budget. Smaller businesses typically have less resources than larger corporations. Less resources mean less capital to devote towards IT security. For a company […]
Looking to get an organization on board with controlled vocabulary? Consider for your business intelligence and information design needs: the taxonomy tree.
Is it time for your business to invest in a Privacy Impact Assessment? Maybe you’ve thought about it a little: is your business doing enough to protect the privacy of the data you collect. Perhaps recent news headlines over the past year have your board of directors talking about it a lot: we need to […]
There’s nothing like that refreshed feeling that takes over in January. New month, new year, new hopes and new plans. Gym membership lists prosper from the annual goals of getting more exercise, while retail chains clean up from post-boxing day chaos and order in roses and chocolate for February. In the office world, January means […]
On June 15th, the Government of Canada published the Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Data Management, promoting data management for federally-funded research efforts going forward. Outlining the responsibilities of individuals, institutions, funders and the research community as a whole, the statement does not lay out a standard data management program, but instead expectations on what […]