Trends in business privacy regulation, cyber and physical security, and related emerging technology.

3 Ways Data Brokers Enable Corporate Account Takeover

March 13, 2023
Corporate account takeover (CATO) is a type of fraud where cybercriminals gain unauthorized access to business accounts such as corporate bank accounts and email accounts.  It is becoming worryingly common. For example, one in five compan…

Personal Data Privacy & its Important Impact on Business

March 8, 2023
It’s official! We’ve released our annual Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Exposure Risk Report. The findings show how personal data privacy has changed over the last year. It also paints a less-than-rosy picture of how much informati…

Executive Reputation Management: How Data Broker Profiles Create Reputational Risk

March 1, 2023
There’s no shortage of executive reputation management strategies. Some popular ones include thought leadership, monitoring online reviews, search engine optimization (SEO), and maintaining an active social media presence.  However, anoth…

Privacy for Sale, Questioning Consent & AI Regulation: Feb 2023 Newsletter

February 22, 2023
In the February 2023 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: Privacy for sale: ‘pay-for-data’ arrangements; If Americans can actually consent to personal data use they don’t really understand; If Regulators…

Data Broker Opt-Outs for CEO Fraud Prevention

February 21, 2023
CEO fraud prevention starts with understanding how CEO fraud works. CEO fraud is a type of scam that uses social engineering attack techniques to exploit trusted relationships. It is also sometimes called “whaling” or business email compromis…

The Ultimate Guide to Executive Privacy and Executive Security Online

February 13, 2023
Personal information protection is essential for executive privacy and executive security.   This is because when their personal information is put online by data brokers, executives are exposed to a particularly dangerous variety of…

3 Personal Information Insights to Help Companies Protect Themselves Against Hackers

February 3, 2023
How does personal information removal from online sources help companies protect themselves against hackers? To answer this question, DeleteMe’s CEO Rob Shavell sat down with the ethical hacker Rachel Tobac in a recent webinar.  The fu…

Password Managers Compromised, AI and Social Engineering & More: January 2023 Newsletter

January 23, 2023
In the January 2023 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find: Our Take on the Password Management Services Compromises; AI and Social Engineering, a Cautionary Tale; States that are Readying a Flurry of Privacy Bills as W…

Infographic: Weaponized Personal Data

January 6, 2023
Global conflicts, financial crises, critical infrastructure attacks, politics and elections, major legal rulings, job market fluctuations, and health crises can all have a major impact on an organization’s security.  Doxxing and harassment, …

Twitter Train Wreck, the Feds and the Data Broker Industry & More: December 2022 Newsletter

December 27, 2022
In the December 2022 edition of our business privacy newsletter, you’ll find our take on: The Slow-Motion Twitter Train Wreck; FTC Fines Over Kids’ Privacy; Re-Examining Federal Relationships with the Data Broker Industry; ICYMI: Our…

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