Press Release: Privacy Culture Key to Strengthening Public Trust

January 29, 2018 by Ale Brown

Privacy Data Day offers organizations opportunity to put privacy culture at forefront to strengthen public trust Underground ransomware market, regulatory reform and consumer expectations are major trends ushering in heightened awareness on the need for privacy oversight. A true privacy management culture can enhance an organization’s reputation among customers.

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Business in Vancouver on Roundhouse radio interview

January 26, 2018 by Ale Brown

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Listen to our founder, Ale Brown, talk to the team at Business in Vancouver about the state of data privacy today. This is an insightful interview where she discussed GDPR, how consumers need to hold organizations accountable to ensure that they are doing something to protect their privacy as they benefit from their data and why larger organizations need to respect their consumers and build trust. Go to minute 39 to learn more.

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Data Privacy Day 2018: ‘We’re entering an era of flux and uncertainty’

January 26, 2018 by Ale Brown

There is no rest for those charged with ensuring personal data held by organizations remains safe. So while Data Privacy Day falls this year on Sunday – it’s always observed on January 28th – we can expect privacy officers will spend it like any other day: Thinking about the state of protection of the data in their care. Judging by the ever-increasing number of data breaches here (and around the world), that worry is justified.

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Privacy interest is evolving... and California is leading

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GDPR, profits and the game of good intentions

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Press Release: Kirke Management Consulting Becomes STOP. THINK. CONNECT. ™ Partner

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Facebook-Cambridge Analytica: the Enron of privacy?

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