I started addressing privacy risk within a large multinational financial and health care organization around 1993 when, generally, no legal requirements for addressing privacy existed, but certainly many privacy risk factors and concerns did indeed exist. (Note: Just because there are no laws governing privacy, it does not mean there is no privacy risk or potential privacy harms; there could be many.) How times have changed.
Now the need to address privacy to meet legal obligations has expanded, and so have the privacy risk factors that are emerging in everyday use of new technologies, which continue to expand exponentially, as more personal information is created and shared daily. Read More >>