Prove your business has powerful privacy practices with Victoria McIntosh and Information in Bloom Management Services
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I help organizations protect privacy by demonstrating how to master data.

Information is my speciality. Use the power of information science and data governance to uncover solutions for efficient, manageable practices. Let Information in Bloom and Victoria bring a sensible privacy approach to your business with compliance, controls and staff coaching.

Watch your businesses grow as trust blossoms.

Find out how Information in Bloom can lift your information landscape.

Bring Victoria McIntosh's services into your project or practice with:

  • Assessment of compliance with data regulations, in Canada or worldwide.
  • Feel confident about privacy practices when entering new markets. 
  • Technical writing and improving policy controls. 
  • Demonstrate accountability with documented evidence of how you commit to privacy.
  • In-person workshops and staff training, for getting your team onboard.
  • Speaker for data management, privacy and security topics across Canada.
  • Resolve perceptions between business objectives & customer privacy expectations

Blog Posts & Newsworthy

Will Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Fallout Really Change the Company?

By now, you've probably heard of Cambridge Analytica and the most recent scandal involving Facebook user data. As huge big data firm that works in behavioural targeting, with ties to both the pro-BritEx movement and Donald Trump’s election campaign, Cambridge Analytica has been exposed for misusing the data of 50+ million Facebook users. While this […]

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Buyer Beware: Should Privacy Policies Be Outside the Box?

Should privacy policies be outside the box? When you pick up an item and bring it home, did you remember to check online to see if it could spy on your habits? Should you have to? Prior to the Internet of Things, the idea of hidden cameras and secret surveillance on the mainstream public would […]

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Homomorphic Encryption: in Search of the Privacy the Holy Grail

Homomorphic encryption, first theorized in 1978, is considered one of the holy grails of the cryptography world: still out of reach like legend, but so full of possibilities researchers are eager to find a way that works. Most recent developments include computer scientist Craig Gentry’s PhD thesis in 2009, the digital world’s first fully homomorphic […]

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