To help information security, privacy and compliance professionals architect and implement the best security and privacy practices for your organization, Rebecca Herold, lead developer and author of ISACA's Privacy Principles and Program Management Guide, provides an overview of the 14 principles and explain the importance for each business, in any country, to implement them within their own organizations.
The Data Privacy Asia 2016 Conference will feature top ranked industry experts from more than 15 countries and a more interactive audience experience than ever before. The Conference, which is themed Building Digital Trust: Establishing an Ecosystem of Trust and Protection in the Digital Age will examine subjects like trust vs. innovation and privacy vs. security, how enterprises can meet the challenges of a globally diverse regulatory and compliance landscape, and the privacy challenges on IT and security.
In June 2016 the Korean government announced new guidelines on personal data de-identification measures which have contributed to a greater clarity around the use and transfer of personal data for purposes other than those consented to by the data subject. How will they positively impact the big data market?
We give some insight into how companies could use a privacy impact assessment (PIA) in conjunction with data mapping practices to understand how data flows through an organisation, making it the perfect tool to document and track new initiatives.
In this first part of a two-part series, we explore some of the issues around government surveillance and the search for that elusive balance between security and privacy. In this first part, we explore how serious the threat of cyber snooping by government surveillance is and why we shouldn’t panic just yet.
In this two-part series, we explore some of the issues around government surveillance and the search for that elusive balance between security and privacy. In this second part, we look at the search for that digital ‘safe place’ where privacy is assured and just why that place is becoming ever more elusive.
The decision in Privacy Commissioner v Telstra has important implications for metadata regulation in Australia, and for judicial oversight of the Australian Privacy Commissioner’s functions. This article examines the decision and discusses the key takeaways for businesses that are based in, or doing business with, Australia.
New smart home devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home are raising numerous legal and privacy issues, primarily because they are recording conversations that you have in your daily life. If you wouldn’t want your friend recording one of your conversations, would you want a digital device doing the same? In this month's lead article, we examine the privacy issues with connected devices and look towards a future with artificial intelligence thrown into the mix.
The rolling back of the broadband privacy rules set in place by the Obama administration only a short time ago should concern everyone with a stake in privacy. The Trump government has bowed to pressure from ISPs to allow them to in effect gather browsing data from customers – and then monetise that data through on selling it to marketing and advertising companies. In this article, we examine just how we have arrived at this point.