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Please Join Us at the International Privacy and Security Forum (April 3-5, 2019)

International Privacy and Security Forum

I hope that you can join us for the International Privacy+Security Forum (April 3-5, 2019 in Washington, DC). The International Privacy+Security Forum is an annual sister event to the Privacy+Security Forum, an annual event held in October at George Washington University in Washington, DC.  The Int’l Forum event focuses on privacy and security laws from […]

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The International Privacy+Security Forum

International Privacy+Security Forum

The International Privacy+Security Forum (February 26-27, 2018 in Washington DC) is next week. The International Forum is a new annual sister event to the Privacy+Security Forum, an annual event held in October at George Washington University in Washington, DC.  The regular Privacy+Security Forum will be in its 4th year in 2018.  This past year, we […]

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6 Reasons to Visit the TeachPrivacy Booth at the IAPP Summit 2016

TeachPrivacy privacy and security awareness training 03 IAPP

Please stop by the TeachPrivacy booth at the expo at the IAPP Summit.   1. Play our new game.  See if you can spot all the privacy and data security risks in this scene.  Pick up a copy of the scene, see our poster, and try out our interactive module. […]

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Information Security Training: Focus on the Human Problem

Information Security Awareness Training Plan B

I created a new poster about information security training, which is debuting at the RSA conference.  This poster is based on the fact that the vast majority of information security incidents and data breaches occur because of human mistakes.   Information security is only in small part a technology problem; it is largely a human problem. […]

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Great Fictional Works About Privacy and Security

By Daniel J. Solove At my annual event, the Privacy+Security Forum, which was held last month, one of the sessions  involved privacy and security in fiction. The panelists had some terrific readings suggestions, and I thought I’d share with you the write-up that they generated for their session. The speakers were: Peter Winn, Assistant U.S. […]

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