January 28th is international Data Privacy Day! Here are 10 ways to buff up your information safeguards and help understand your privacy rights.
Changes are coming to privacy regulations. Data breaches keep happening for the same old reasons. But above all, your users want better.
There’s nothing like invasive spy tech under the tree to make one long for a lump of coal.
October was National Cyber Security Awareness Month! To celebrate, this year Information in Bloom posted a security tip per day via Instagram. Ranging from small reminders, such as not to leave devices unattended at coffee shops, to advice for protecting against SIM swapping attacks, these daily reminders are intent to show that information security is […]
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 […]
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.… vampires drink blood, sleep in coffins, walk the night and, at the time, struck fear in the hearts of six year […]
Debating if your business should invest in privacy and cybersecurity training? If your organization handles personal information it should be a no-brainer.
Want better information security? Add better privacy practices to your organization. The results are in: the GDPR is security’s new best friend. The new privacy law made a significant impact on how businesses manage information. Since in force, smart organizations who operate in Europe are paying attention. Aside from avoiding fines for compliance, it turns […]
Geolocation data is a hot commodity, and many of our devices are allowing us to be tracked. Are you aware of how much that data reveals?
Why not use blockchain for better privacy protection? Unfortunately, while the technology has benefits, for personal data it still seems to fall short.