The Symantec Smartphone Honey Stick Project is an experiment involving 50 intentionally lost smartphones. Researchers planted corporate and personal data on the phones before "losing" them, along with the capability to remotely monitor what happened to them once they were found, in order to explore what users should expect to happen on their phones if they are lost and then found by a stranger.
Created by the PIAF consortium to the European Commission, this report reviews the privacy impact assessment (PIA) methodologies of seven countries and 10 PIA case studies.
Created by Jennifer M. Urban and Chris Jay Hoofnagle of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology at the UC-Berkeley School of Law, this study aims to better understand Americans’ attitudes towards privacy in data generated by or stored on mobile phones and inform the public policy debate concerning the collection and use of information by private and public actors.
Created by Navigant, this report is designed to keep the legal community apprised of data breach activity, spotlight notable breaches, and identify trends and other major changes taking place in the information security arena.
Created by Betterley Risk Consultants, this survey reviews and evaluates insurance products designed to protect against data security risks for organizations.
A study conducted by the Verizon RISK Team with cooperation from the Australian Federal Police, Dutch National High Tech Crime Unit, Irish Reporting and Information Security Service, Police Central e-Crime Unit, and United States Secret Service.
This report by Heenan Blakie compiles the results of the AccessPrivacy CPO Forum Workshops held on September 27 and October 12, 2011, Exploring the Meaning of the “Real Risk of Significant Harm” breach notification threshold under the Personal Information Protection Act (Alberta).
By Sasha Romanosky, David A. Hoffman and Alessandro Acquisti
Written by Roger Clarke for International Data Privacy Law
The 2012 IAPP Privacy Professionals Role, Function and Salary Survey builds upon last year’s survey to provide expanded analysis of key trends as reported by respondents from multiple disciplines within the privacy field. As with previous editions, this survey highlights information and potential trends with regard to the responsibilities, department structures, reporting relationships and compensation levels of privacy professionals from across the globe.
created by the Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst
The inaugural iappANZ Privacy Professionals Role, Function and Salary Survey is presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals and iappANZ as an analysis of the work of privacy and data protection professionals in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. This report highlights the privacy expertise within this region and provides information to help privacy professionals enhance their ongoing career development in the data protection field.
created by The Future of Privacy Forum and the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner
As the smart grid continues to mature, utilities and technology providers worldwide will grapple with the accompanying data privacy challenges. In this paper from HP Labs, researchers say that “revealing significant energy consumption information without also revealing a lot of personal information” is possible, and they propose a framework for the privacy-utility tradeoff.
Using findings from the Digital Trust Initiative, presented at the 2011 IAPP executive forum—Navigate, this Data Privacy and Trust in the Mobile World whitepaper from Experian offers guidance and best practices for creating mobile applications that build consumer trust.
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