Lisa Ho, Campus Privacy Officer, University of California, Berkeley
It's common to see privacy pitted against security in the form of the question, "How much privacy are we willing to give up for security?" Some call the security vs. privacy debate a false choice and suggest the debate is actually liberty vs. security, or liberty vs. control, or privacy vs. cooperation. At the University of California, Berkeley, we are replacing this longstanding polemic with a triptych of interrelated and overlapping terms: autonomy privacy, information privacy, and information security.
IT governance in higher education has been a topic of discussion on the CIO list this week. The author of the original post asked several key questions, which included:
- How do other institutions prioritize IT projects with demands from different departments?
- Do schools have a committee that oversees major projects that align with...
J. Trevor Hughes, President and CEO, International Association of Privacy Professionals
Lately, a slew of research has been released about how the public perceives the digital economy's impact on their privacy. Perhaps Pew's work has been most often cited: Ninety-one percent of...
January 28 marks the 8th annual Data Privacy Day (DPD), an international effort centered on "Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data, and Enabling Trust."
Data Privacy Day's goals are to:
- Raise awareness and educate consumers to better understand how their personal information may be collected, as well as the benefits and risks of sharing personal data.
- Empower consumers to express their expectations for the use, protection, and management of their...
By: Holly Morris
I just got new glasses. It’s amazing what I can see now that I couldn’t see before.
I begin here because I am...