Privacy Advisor

CANADA—Impact and considerations of EO investigation

10.01.2012
The privacy and security risks associated with the use of mobile devices such as laptops and USB keys have been well documented. However, occasionally an event occurs that should make all organizations stop and reconsider whether their own privacy and security practices could permit such an event to occur. The loss of two USB keys by Elections Ontario is such a tale.

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