Whose data is it anyway?

Whose data is it anyway?

Consumer intent matters when deciding whose data belongs to whom.

02/01/18

Who are you really inviting in?

Who are you really inviting in?

The hackable doorknob next door…

12/13/17

Getting rid of social security numbers is not the answer

Getting rid of social security numbers is not the answer

It doesn’t matter what the data is, whether it’s a nine-digit number, a biometric marker or a barcode you carry with you at all times – if it’s not protected with the highest level of security available, it’s just another item for...

10/31/17

Microchip implants and human security

Microchip implants and human security

News about a company offering microchipping to its employees opens a huge debate about the steps we’re willing to take for convenience — as well as the privacy we’re willing to forgo in an attempt to make our lives easier and more...

09/26/17

Is your cellphone number just as valuable as your social security number?

Is your cellphone number just as valuable as your social security number?

Recent news coverage has touted that cell phone numbers are just as valuable to hackers and identity thieves as Social Security Numbers. But, that's not the case at all.

07/20/17

Big data and relinquishing your right to privacy

Big data and relinquishing your right to privacy

Now more than ever, it’s time for us speak up about our right to privacy.

06/08/17

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