In 2014 alone, over 348 million identities were exposed through data breaches. On average, a data breach costs an organization $6.5 million dollars, up 11% from last year. In many companies, the responsibility for responding to this threat belongs to the Chief Technology Officer or Chief Security Officer — as it should. An unintended consequence of this arrangement,… Read more »
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This is more than just bad passwords. Data security is as all-encompassing as the “Internet of Things,” a phenomenon that makes it harder for you to unplug from the internet. Yet, your data is not as secure as you would hope. Recent cybersecurity trends and legal developments will guide your understanding of what you should be doing with electronic customer data.
Technology is no longer the special province of programmers and engineers. Nearly every employee at every company relies on technology to do their job and will so increasingly. Human Resources (HR) plays a critical role in helping manage and train this fast changing workforce – especially when it comes to data security.
In tomorrow’s college classroom, data security training will sit front and center. Technology is reinventing education, and schools are producing unprecedented amounts of data to teach and manage their students, staff, and faculty. Technology is already helping schools control costs, improve student retention, and personalize learning. We can expect these trends to continue, especially as flipped classrooms and blended and online learning continue their rapid spread…. Read more »