Tag: data protection

Canadian Businesses Struggle With How to Protect Their Data

By Christine Persaud
Canadian businesses realize the threat that data hacks – which have been coming fast and furious these days – present to their sensitive data. But companies also struggle with the best steps to take in order to protect that data, especially when it comes to new forms of data from emerging technologies like AI and machine learning.

Different Ways to Back Up Your Computer Data

By Christine Persaud
March 31 was known as World Backup Day, encouraging people to create back-ups of their most important files. Don’t rely on a single, local device, or even just the cloud, to protect your data, is the awareness goal. But use another personal digital storage locker of some kind.

Accountability Should be Social Media’s next big Innovation

The benefits of services like Facebook and Twitter are undeniable. They connect billions of people, enable communication at the speed of thought, and they have also, for better or worse, made it possible for anyone to voice out their opinions and beliefs. But what happens when these services are abused?

Facebook’s ‘privacy’ pivot reveals smoke and mirrors

By Ted Kritsonis

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a long blog post exclaiming the social network’s new vigour towards building a “privacy-focused communications platform,” but it’s what he hasn’t said that speaks louder.