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By Mike Wheatley of SiliconANGLE, published June 20, 2018 This is the latest article from the voice of enterprise and emerging tech. “Clever bad actors do not use their correct name, address or phone number on every transaction — only idiots would do that,” Jonas told SiliconANGLE. Instead, smart hackers employ a method called channel ...
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PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK THIESSEN, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PUBLISHED MAY 6, 2014  By Cathy Newman in National Geographic Jeff Jonas was 14 years old when he saw his first computer. It would not be an overstatement to label the experience profound, and completely accurate to call it a revelation. The scriptural resonance of the word "revelation" is not inappropriate; ...
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Ann Cavoukian is the former Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian province of Ontario, serving from 1997 to 2014. Both before and during her tenure as commissioner she expanded on her concept of Privacy by Design, which takes privacy into account throughout the system engineering process, as part of a joint Canadian-Dutch team.[1]
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GDPR requires organizations to provide EU residents with access to their personal information within 30 days, or risk fines and damages. Organizations that search systems individually will likely fail to find all of a person’s information across the enterprise. With Senzing, you can use single subject search to more easily locate personal data and more ...
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The EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) has received a good deal of press attention in recent months. There is a consensus that many businesses will struggle to meet the challenge of GDPR in time for its implementation in May. It was with this in mind that we undertook this major study encompassing businesses large ...
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