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Data Security: Can My Car Be Hacked?

By   /  July 13, 2016  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs, Smart Data Blogs, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  1 Comment

Cathy Nolan

Click here to learn more about author Cathy Nolan. Of course it can. Anything that uses a computer to operate it or any of its systems can be hacked, but the potential for harm has been largely swept under the rug by car manufacturers. The fact that criminals can either remotely or directly take control […]

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Data Privacy: Why Can’t We Be “Friends”?

By   /  May 27, 2016  /  Big Data Blogs, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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Click to learn more about author Cathy Nolan. Do you have Facebook Friends on your personal account that you barely know or who are friends of friends? Maybe it’s time to do some un-friending and review your privacy settings. While some people think they are in a competition to see how many Facebook “friends” they […]

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Can Big Data and Privacy Coexist?

By   /  April 21, 2016  /  Big Data News, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data  /  No Comments

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by Angela Guess Michael Kassner recently wrote in TechRepublic, “User privacy concerns date back at least 200 years. In the 1800s, newspapers were more than a little invasive in their quest for news. In the early 1900s, wiretapping came into play with the invention of the telephone recorder. Both examples pale in comparison to what […]

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4 Enterprise Data Security Protocols to Safeguard Your Personal Data

By   /  April 15, 2016  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Strategy Blogs, Data Strategy News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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Click here to learn more about author David Schlesinger. Why Is ‘Phil’ Downloading the HR Database at 4:00 A.M.? Perhaps huge downloads of data from sensitive data structures are seen to be problematic and worrisome for your enterprise. The Product Price List is one thing, the HR database is quite another. Downloads from sensitive systems […]

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All Your Data Belongs To Us – Data Security in a Global Infrastructure

By   /  February 1, 2016  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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Click to learn more about David Schlesinger. A database management system (DBMS) is the embodiment in code of a logical process to store, move, analyze, select and output information. Within the code blocks that make up the DBMS program there is provision to limit a user’s rights regarding creating, reading, modifying or deleting data entries. […]

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Big Brother Is Watching How You Use Big Data

By   /  January 29, 2016  /  Big Data Blogs, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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Click to learn more about Ian Rowlands. There’s a legitimate concern about how data – and more specifically Big Data – is used. Powerful capabilities open the door to very sophisticated decision making that inadvertently strays into the realm of the unethical. Although I recognize the concern, I must admit that the publication of a […]

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What Can Data Governance Do to Protect Personal Data?

By   /  November 4, 2015  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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by Cathy Nolan I know you are all busy creating or approving standardized definitions, consolidating data, checking for data quality, and all the many activities of Data Governance. But I want to introduce one more task, and it might be the most important thing you can do for your organization—keeping your company’s PII (Personally Identifiable […]

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Has a Safe Harbor Tsunami Sunk Data Sharing?

By   /  October 12, 2015  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Data Strategy Blogs, Data Strategy News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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by Ian Rowlands Well, I had a different blog in mind for this month so I might find myself writing two – but, I thought I really ought to say something about a court ruling this morning (I’m writing on October 6, 2015) in the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. An Austrian student — […]

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Public School Means Public Data: Data Security Awareness

By   /  September 18, 2015  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Data Governance & Data Quality | News & Articles, Data Governance Blogs, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

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by Cathy Nolan By now your child is back in school or maybe you are taking a class to further your education or get your MBA. Like a lot of areas using technology, schools are trying to cope with the influx of digital learning tools and the potential for data privacy leaks as more and […]

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Does Big Data Mean the End of Privacy?

By   /  September 26, 2014  /  Big Data News, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Facebook: The privacy saga continues

by Angela Guess Sean Young recently wrote for Time.com, “Does the rise of big data mean the downfall of privacy? Mobile technologies now allow companies to map our every physical move, while our online activity is tracked click by click. Throughout 2014, BuzzFeed’s quizzes convinced millions of users to divulge seemingly private responses to a […]

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