Learn more about the Visual Hacking Experiment from Dr. Larry Ponemon himself.
As data defenses become more sophisticated, parties shift from hacking systems to hacking people.
Dr. Larry Ponemon writes on the importance of creating a value around company data.
The Ponemon Institute recently conducted a survey contrasting protection and productivity.
Advice on working with customer finances in public places.
Helping employees use customer info to conduct business and maintain confidentiality.
Advice for banks on protecting customer information and financial data.
The importance of protecting attorney/client privilege in courts and law offices.
Pointing out important visual hacking risk areas in order to protect client confidentiality.
Companies can have profiles on Facebook and Twitter to maintain a dialogue with the consumer.
A recommendation to raise awareness on visual privacy.
Discussing the results from the Visual Hacking Experiment.
The importance of visual controls to assist in protecting data.
This article explores the essential HIPAA safeguards for protecting patient data.
Imploring health organizations to provide solutions to protect patient privacy.
The need for privacy within manufacturing organizations.
The Ponemon Institute conducted an experiment led by 3M and the Visual Privacy Advisory Council.
The methods that hackers use on a daily basis can be low-tech and decidedly unexciting.
Having a Visual Privacy Standard helps enforce and support a company's IT Security policy.
Company IT teams can help reduce the risk of visual hacking by using visual privacy best practices.
It is crucial that a company's workers take personal responsibility for protecting sensitive data.
It's important to do little things that can help manage privacy and security within your company.
News and articles by data privacy and security though leaders dedicated to raising awareness of visual privacy.
Visual Privacy Advisory Council
Learn more about the Visual Hacking Experiment from Dr. Larry Ponemon.
Mari Frank points out risk areas in order to protect client confidentiality.
Patricia Titus recommends raising awareness on visual privacy.