When there is a data breach or algorithms spewing out less than favorable results, who is the first person to blame? Typically, it’s the CEO.
The battle is symbolic and there is no clear winner, but there is a silver lining and a lesson to be learned for both individuals and businesses.
If you’re anything like me, you might keep an eye on food intake, track the occasional run, manage email and calendar tasks, or maybe even something as significant as retirement planning — by using tools that are all provided over the Internet. Consider this…
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Important questions companies should ask to ensure the data they’re collecting is of the most value to the business.
Learn how a clear data policy lets customers know that you care about the privacy and security of their data.
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As shown in the recent Oscar-winning documentary Citizenfour, people were up in arms about the NSA tapping people’s phone calls under the pretense of protecting the freedom of American citizens. Whistleblower Edward Snowden’s primary mission was to point out that personal information was unethically…
It’s Data Privacy Day. Is Your Customer Data Really Safe?