It’s Data Privacy Day 2015, and Dave Piscitello (@SecuritySkeptic) compiled his reading list, which he has kindly shared with this site:
- Council of Europe Data Protection Day 2015
- Cloudward.net’s Data Privacy Day 2015: Top Experts Comment on Privacy Issues
- Internet Society’s Four Basic Steps to Protecting Your Digital Privacy in 2015
- Data Privacy Day: Do you know what your apps are doing?
- The US Federal Trade Commission’s Privacy & Identity and Protecting Personal Information: A Guide for Business pages
- Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s Privacy and Security Awareness Initiatives
- Privacy By Design’s A Primer on Metadata: Separating Fact from Fiction
- SANS Secure the Human Project
- Data Privacy Day – protecting your personal information
- Mozilla Foundation’s Get Smart on Privacy initiative
- Trend Micro’s Why Data Privacy is Important?
- 28th January Is Data Protection Day, Five Quick Things You Can Do
- Articles I’ve written about privacy also explain how each of us is often our own worst privacy enemy. These articles in particular remain timely and relevant:
- There are only three true Internet privacy threats
- Privacy Awareness 101: Five easily remembered rules for protecting privacy
- Are Your Data at Rest Also at Risk?
- Metadata or Content: NSA is not the only data collector you should fear
- Trusting Third-parties with your password
- How much activity on the Internet is truly consensual?
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