Category Archives: Privacy

No, There Won’t Be New Rules On Cybersecurity – Until Someone Dies
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No, There Won’t Be New Rules On Cybersecurity – Until Someone Dies

Recently, I did an interview with Bloomberg Newsweek on the WannaCry ransomware attack that affected over 200,000 computers around the world.  The attack shutdown parts of the U.K. National Health Service leaving thousands of people without access to healthcare services, and resulted in Renault’s assembly lines being shut down in France among other things.  Newsweek […]

Ransomware Cyber-Attacks: Best Practices and Preventive Measures
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Ransomware Cyber-Attacks: Best Practices and Preventive Measures

RANSOMWARE CYBER-ATTACKS “WanaCrypt0r 2.0” or “WannaCry,” an unprecedented global ransomware cyber-attack recently hit over 200,000 banking institutions, hospitals, government agencies, and other organizations across more than 150 countries. The ransomware encrypted user data, and demanded a payment in bitcoins to unlock the data. The companies that were hit included Telefonica – Spain’s largest telecom provider, […]

Walking The Line Between Personalization And Privacy
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Walking The Line Between Personalization And Privacy

2017 promises significant shifts in retailer tactics as they embrace more intimate conversations, leveraging the power of digital devices, analytics and channels. Walking the fine line between becoming a trusted advisor, to intrusion and perceived (or actual) privacy violations, will become as much of a science as it is an art in today’s world. Here’s […]