ForgeRock Blog Archive

Tag: Data Privacy

Linden Dawson

Author: Linden Dawson

Cool, Creepy or Dangerous? 5 Key Lessons from the IAPP ANZ Summit

Oct. 9, 2017

Privacy and the “creepy line” were hot topics of discussion last week at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) ANZ Summit  held in Sydney. We’re all familiar with the creepy factor online at this point; we’ve all searched for a pair of shoes or a piece of furniture only to be stalked around the…

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Tom Ammirati

Author: Tom Ammirati

The Future is Now…

Jun. 26, 2017

I fully believe that we, as consumers, business leaders, and citizens of the world, can have a profound impact on how technology will play out in the daily lives of future generations. Over the last 30 years, there have been arguably three major milestones in technology: a) the migration from mainframe to client server computing, b)…

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Eve Maler

Author: Eve Maler

Privacy Matters. Trust Me.

Jan. 18, 2017

For security, privacy, identity, and digital transformation professionals, the occasion of Data Privacy Day is perfect for pondering the big issues, like: Has anything actually changed since last year? From where I sit, organizations have actually become more #PrivacyAware because they’ve had to, just to survive. The regulatory stakes are increasing rapidly, with the General…

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Eve Maler

Author: Eve Maler

Privacy and Trust Risks of the Digital Economy: Global Survey Results Revealed

Mar. 16, 2016

“Can we ensure the security of personal data, while still making it possible for people to share information about themselves as they see fit? “ “How can organizations assure customers and citizens that their personal data will remain private and build trust?” “Do we have privacy and consent tools that are ready to deal with…

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