Posts Tagged ‘education’

Make Privacy One of Your 2012 Resolutions

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Happy New Year!  I hope your year is starting out great.  Have you made it to day 3 without breaking any of your resolutions?  How about adding one more… (more…)

Legal Requirements for Information Security and Privacy Awareness and Training

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

Earlier today following my online seminar, “Effective Training and Awareness: The Key to Information Security Success”  (, I received the following question: 

 Where might I locate a summary breakdown of training regulations by industry? i.e. Pharma 


Promoting Science and Technology

Thursday, February 28th, 2008

I participate in the LinkedIn community, and I was intrigued this morning to find a question posted by Bill Gates (yes Microsoft Bill)!

“How can we do more to encourage young people to pursue careers in science and technology?”


12 Privacy-Impacting U.S. Federal Bills Introduced on January 4

Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

On January 4th the 110th U.S. congress convened for the first time, and they did not waste any time introducing many new bills. 12 of them have privacy impacts. You can find more information about each of these at the THOMAS (Library of Congress) site. However, as of today (1/10/2007), the full texts for most of these bills are not yet available online.
From the Senate: