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There is a growing number of data protection and security laws, regulations, and guidelines that explicitly require employees undergo specific, formal, and ongoing InfoSec or privacy awareness training.

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In a last-minute action, just a few hours before a looming deadline Thursday afternoon, the California legislature passed AB 375, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.

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Google’s Chrome browser will begin warning users that non-HTTPS sites are “not secure” starting this week. The exact date of the rollout is July 24, which is tomorrow at the time this writing.

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Achieving compliance with GDPR, PIPEDA, or PCI is like reaching a destination, but of the three, only PCI includes a roadmap that leads directly to formal compliance through a linear, finite, and predictable process.

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Being alert to how our data is being used and asking why it’s being gathered in the first place equips us with the skills we need to protect our digital DNA.

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So what is the actual cost of a data breach? Well, obviously it varies depending on the nature of the organisation that has lost control of its data, the nature of data that has been breached and the severity of the attack.

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The bill quietly cleared the House last week and is awaiting Senate debate in the fall. Once enacted, it would allow the government to keep tabs on just how long someone was outside the country.

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