You and Your Company’s Data: Is it Private?

Public privacy is an issue we face today, globally. Additionally, a comparison between UK and US privacy awareness. Finally, as Chief Privacy Officers are increasing in the government sector, PETs are on rise too. We need a global right to privacy in public spaces...

CANON: Canadian Anonymization Network

CANON: Canadian Anonymization NetworkThe Canadian Anonymization Network (CANON) is a very big deal for Canada! What is CANON? It is an unofficial network of data custodians from private, public and health, with a goal to promote anonymization as a privacy-mindful way...

Move over GDPR and CCPA: Time for NYPA to step in the spotlight

Privacy regulations become more prominent as New York state considers their own version of CCPA. GDPR may help consumers and marketers more than you think. Facebook launching new app for data usage.Move over CCPA?  CCPA just became old news. Why? New York is...

Weekly News #8

Ontario looking into stronger privacy control to further protect citizens. Facebook under scrutiny once again over data privacy issues. Taking a look at GDPR one year later. Ontario takes action to protect privacy and personal data 79% of surveyed Ontarians believe...

The Privacy Risk Most Data Scientists Are Missing

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common, and the risks of being involved in one are going up. A Ponemon Institute report (an IBM-backed think tank), found that the average cost of a data breach in 2018 was $148 per record, up nearly 5% from 2017. Privacy...

Weekly News #7

Share your data to live a longer life. Build a complete privacy toolbox and stay privacy compliant. A.I. can now tell if a user browsing a site is an adult or a child.  For a Longer, Healthier Life, Share Your Data Share your data with others. Wait. What? You read it...

Weekly News #6

Smart homes are not so smart when it comes to protecting privacy. WhatsApp gets hacked by Israeli spies. Intel notifies customers about security flaws with chip. New regulations hint companies toward having better data management. Australian data breach affects 10...

Weekly News #5

It’s Privacy Awareness week! This year, the theme is how ‘protecting privacy is everyone’s responsibility’. Google is trying to fix their privacy blunders even though experts are not impressed, while Amazon is still making the same blunders as before. Beware Canada, a...

Weekly News #4

Nearly half of U.S.-based employees unfamiliar with emerging California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which could affect businesses and innovators. Zuckerberg explains how Facebook gets 'privacy-focused', including how they will work with the online education site,...

The Three P’s of Retail Success

As a retailer, you have a limited view of your customer based on what you gather from your POS data and social media because you don’t know how customers are spending their money outside of your store. All this can be solved if you acquire access to a very useful...

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Toronto Machine Learning Summit

CryptoNumerics CEO talks about how privacy protecting techniques like differential privacy and secure multiparty computation can be used to protect datasets and comply with privacy regulations

Finovate San Francisco 2019

CryptoNumerics CEO presents CN-Protect

Deloitte DoT 2019

CryptoNumerics CEO talks about privacy and data sharing during Deloitte DoT 2019

Privacy Crash Course

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Privacy News

Weekly News #8

Ontario looking into stronger privacy control to further protect citizens. Facebook under scrutiny once again over data privacy issues. Taking a look at GDPR one year later. Ontario takes action to protect privacy and personal data 79% of surveyed Ontarians believe...

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Weekly News #7

Share your data to live a longer life. Build a complete privacy toolbox and stay privacy compliant. A.I. can now tell if a user browsing a site is an adult or a child.  For a Longer, Healthier Life, Share Your Data Share your data with others. Wait. What? You read it...

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Weekly News #6

Smart homes are not so smart when it comes to protecting privacy. WhatsApp gets hacked by Israeli spies. Intel notifies customers about security flaws with chip. New regulations hint companies toward having better data management. Australian data breach affects 10...

read more

Weekly News #5

It’s Privacy Awareness week! This year, the theme is how ‘protecting privacy is everyone’s responsibility’. Google is trying to fix their privacy blunders even though experts are not impressed, while Amazon is still making the same blunders as before. Beware Canada, a...

read more

Weekly News #4

Nearly half of U.S.-based employees unfamiliar with emerging California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which could affect businesses and innovators. Zuckerberg explains how Facebook gets 'privacy-focused', including how they will work with the online education site,...

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CES and Data Privacy

James Martin/CNET Data privacy was present at the Consumer Electronics Show, however, the way in which tech companies are protecting privacy is still unclear.   This week, more than 180,000 people gathered in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) expecting...

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Weekly News #3

Experts predict that data privacy will take the center stage in 2019 and that organizations will have to fully embrace it. Google and other cloud providers are already jumping into the privacy wave by offering de-identification tools for healthcare data.  Data privacy...

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