data privacy

10 tips to stay secure when shopping on Black Friday (and the rest of the year!)

Black Friday is upon us – and with it, the traditional bonanza of people shopping online. Both retailers and fraudsters stand ready to grab your log-in information, your email, your home address, phone number – and of course, your credit card information. It’s a bonanza for identity thieves. Numerous reports say cyber criminals are poised …

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ImageQuest clients experience smooth transition to remote work during COVID-19

To date, we have helped nearly 3,200 end users employed by our clients work remotely. Monday was a big stress test for remote work technology systems – many, many more people logged on remotely than ever before. We did hear of brief outages – but Microsoft and other large technology providers quickly fixed them. We …

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COVID-19 to test technology for working remotely – and securely

The coronavirus pandemic has sharply focused attention on working remotely. Dozens of articles now offer advice on how to stay focused, how to battle feelings of isolation. Just a few discuss the technology needed to do this. Many of our clients work with protected data, so it’s not as simple as setting aside some space …

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NIST has new Privacy tool to help with growing regulations

As a patchwork of privacy regulations start to appear at the state level in the U.S., the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released guidance on how to keep data private. The new, “version 1.0” framework is designed to help enterprises manage privacy risks. It follows a similar framework tool developed to manage …

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Microsoft to honor California privacy law throughout U.S.

Microsoft announced last week that it will extend the data requirements included in California’s Consumer Privacy Act to all of its customers across the U.S. In a blog post last week, Julie Brill, Microsoft’s Chief Privacy Officer, said the company is a “strong supporter of California’s new law.” “We are optimistic that the California Consumer …

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