Love and being cybersecure have a thing in common – it’s both a shared responsibility between the parties involved.
In issuing NPC Circular 2020-03 just a couple of days before Christmas last year, the National Privacy Commission basically sounded the death knell for Data Sharing Agreements (DSAs), which are a key feature of the Commission’s very own Data Privacy Accountability and Compliance Checklist.
A hybrid IT infrastructure has become the primary model for Asia Pacific enterprises environments as CIOs make strategic investments that move many applications, infrastructure, and systems to the cloud while extracting more value from existing assets.
Governments and their lists can be very dangerous. History has shown us that. If data protection offers neither refuge nor relief from them, then everything it is supposed to stand for would simply ring hollow.
“A lot of people share these things with the thought ‘there’s no harm in sharing’ – thinking that if it turns out to be true, then they somehow helped. As good as their intentions may be, sharing false or misleading information can actually be harmful.” – Owen Cammayo
There is now a way to publish a book that is absolutely free — it is called direct publishing.
We must resist the completely natural urge to come together over the holidays and accept that for now, the most loving thing we can do for each other, is to stay apart so that we can all stay safe.
When the contact tracing czar offers the view that contact tracing in the country is still weak today — nearly nine months into this public health crisis — no one is the least bit surprised, and the government only has itself to blame.