In our last blog post, we looked at what sensitive personal information is and how to appropriately manage this information to protect it from being disclosed to those who shouldn’t have access. But what should you do if the worst-case scenario occurs and you...
May is celebrated as the security and privacy awareness month. While cyber security week is an opportunity for organisations to check how well their privacy practices stack up, it shouldn’t stop there. We should continually monitor how well we are managing...
We all have those documents that we either need to archive or dispose of correctly to avoid disclosing sensitive information. Although I now get most of my invoices or bills via email, I still find that I have a plethora of physical documents that include sensitive...
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