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California is changing its Information Practices Act of 1977 to expand the definition of personal information with additional identifiers, including biometric data of those affected. The amendment comes with new instructions on how to notify affected parties by a breach. The California Legislative Information website describes how the existing law defines and regulates the use […]

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There is no question that mobile devices are mainstream access and productivity tools for most enterprise users. Indeed, in some organizations, smartphones surpass traditional PCs as the preferred way to access back-end corporate applications such as ERP. SFA and CRM. In fact, no major enterprise application vendor offers a PC-only-based solution anymore. Companies like IBM, […]

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Data breaches are so common that even a theft of a billion records of seriously confidential information barely makes the news. It’s business as usual. Part of the problem is that all the data breaches involving our data become melded together. It seems as if all our personal data is already out there — many […]

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