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As the Facebooks and Googles of the world continue to illustrate, companies rarely protect your privacy for you. Instead, they often do the opposite, selling your data to third-parties. And even seemingly harmless data can still tell data buyers a lot about you. 

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So far, this year’s round of scammers has been the most prolific, making 2018 an especially bad year for breaches.

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For several years now, it has been a widely accepted truth that a green padlock in a website’s URL indicated that the site was secure; however, Krebs on Security reported that "Half of All Phishing Sites Now Have the Padlock."

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GDPR is now six months old – it’s time to take an assessment of the regulation’s impact so far.

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Hackers are notorious for their ingenious acts of gaining illegal access into users’ accounts and stealing data

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You passed your PCI audit after months of preparation and monumental costs, and achieved a certification that validates the same, but does a certificate actually mean that you’re secure?

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Next year is already shaping up to be a cybersecurity headache for researchers and businesses alike

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"This change has been a long time coming. The House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics recommended that PIPEDA be amended to include a breach notification requirement following a review of the legislation that began in 2006"

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“We have a government entity that is not just going to get a snapshots of the population, but specific transactional data about where you’ve been spending your money, what you’ve been putting on your credit card. I believe that is unacceptable.

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“I think it’s of great concern to marketers,” Bill Hearn, a regulatory law specialist in the Folger Rubinoff firm told a Toronto workshop sponsored by the Canadian Marketing Association.

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