International Data Privacy Day is January 28 - Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor, Uncovers 2011's Top Five Privacy Predictions
As electronic privacy becomes increasingly complex, it’s more crucial than ever that consumers and businesses understand their exposure and take steps to ensure their information is not compromised. January 28 is Data Privacy Day, as recognized by governments and technology leaders around the world. - January 24, 2011
Privacy Push – Department of Health and Human Services Stepping Up Compliance Requirements. With Deadlines Looming, Expert Rebecca Herold Sheds Light on Issues At-Hand.
Healthcare organizations, and all companies doing any level of business with healthcare organizations, will soon be held to stricter information security and privacy requirements, as electronic health records become the mandated industry standard. Many small- and medium-sized organizations are now facing a challenge – how to be compliant with new laws when they don’t have the staff, budget or systems in place to make that happen. - July 30, 2010
How Safe is Your Information? The Privacy Professor Offers Easy Tips to Stay Safe in an Increasingly Criminal World, in Honor of Data Privacy Day, Thursday, January 28.
Even the planet’s most prominent technology companies acknowledge it: No one is immune to security threats. That’s why giants such as Google, Intel and Microsoft – as well as government entities around the globe – are joining forces to acknowledge Data Privacy Day, January 28. Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor, has produced a podcast to help individuals and organizations understand and combat risks. - January 27, 2010
Carnegie Mellon Study Shows Crooks Can Use SS#s Without Stealing Them -- Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor, Explains Ramifications
Study proves social security numbers are easily guessed, and warns not to use them to verify identity or as passwords. World-renowned expert offers up tips and advice to help businesses avoid disaster in the wake of this report. - July 11, 2009
World-renowned Security and Privacy Expert, The Privacy Professor, Develops One-of-a-Kind Tool to Help All Businesses Prevent Privacy Breaches
As HIPAA widens its net, now any organization, regardless of size or industry, can assure its staff meets increasing regulatory training requirements – starting at $15 per employee. - June 12, 2009