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Youth Series: Modern Day Experts: The Plugged in Generation

August 20th, 2014

Modern Day Experts: The Plugged in Generation It is not new information that teens seem to be the most fluent in the language of social media and technology. From scrolling down Instagram to snapchatting pictures of your coffee and croissant, the glow of a smartphone is often reflecting off of a teenager’s face. One thing […]

Erinne Paisley - Student, Reynolds Secondary School

Erinne Paisley is currently a grade 11 student at Reynolds Secondary in Victoria B.C., where she is involved in Leadership, Vital Youth, Principal’s Advisory, Open for Change, Reynolds Eco-action, Outdoors Club, and the school’s Peer Mentor program. Erinne is also the founder of actionNow, a student-led group whose mandate is to focus on creating positive […]

Using Endpoint Data as an Investigative Tool

January 27th, 2014

by Geoff Glave, Senior Product Manager at Absolute Software The majority of organizations have procedures in place to keep data secure in the event a mobile device is lost or stolen or if an employee is suspected of suspicious behavior.  However, these processes often overlook the investigative potential of existing data that is already available […]

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Three Dimensions of Information Protection

January 17th, 2014

by John Landwehr, VP Government Solutions, Adobe Accidents, malicious insiders, and cyber-attacks have demonstrated the need to better protect sensitive information across organizations and industries– especially when related to personally identifiable information, intellectual property, and national security.  Numerous security products and services are available and frequently used by organizations to address these concerns.  However, these […]

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Youth Privacy – Privacy & Access 20/20

October 7th, 2013

Author: Daphne Guerrero, Manager, Public Education and Outreach, Office of the Privacy Commissioner (Gestionnaire de la sensibilisation du grand public, Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée) Last month, the Pew Research Center and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society released the results of a study they had conducted on where teens go when they’re […]

Daphne Guerrero - Manager, Public Education & Outreach, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

As the Manager of Public Education and Outreach at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC), Daphne develops and oversees the Office’s education and outreach activities aimed at encouraging people to think and talk about digital privacy. Some of the initiatives she has spearheaded at the OPC include a national student video competition; […]

Privacy and Access 20/20 – sneak peek video

September 30th, 2013

Delegates to the Privacy and Access 20/20 conference will be among the first to see a special video commemorating 20 years of B.C.’s access to information and privacy law – here’s your chance to get a sneak peek! Over the past few months, we have been doing on-camera interviews with some of the key players […]

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