American Banker reported that Cross River Bank and RocketLoans are members of a newly created fintech group called The Online Lending Policy Institute that “will help coordinate new research driven by the industry itself — something fintech companies say has been lacking.” The group is based out of Boston University and “plans to publish research…
Want to move to Europe? Get your CIPP/E and become a DPO! Source: Study: At least 28,000 DPOs needed to meet GDPR requirements
The Danger from Within – Harvard Business Review. A good read.
Some humorous and intelligent musing on security. My favorite line: YOU’RE STILL GONNA BE MOSSAD’ED UPON
An Unsatisfactory State of the Law: The Limited Options for a Corporation Dealing with Cyber Hostilities by State Actors by Daniel Garrie, Shane R. Reeves :: SSRN.
OKCupid Publishes Findings of User Experiments – NYTimes.com. I think I need to find a new category to put these types of stories under. “Research” doesn’t seem quite right. Suggestions? Now I know my friend was paired with that one-eyed pirate who raises bees.
The Biology of Risk – NYTimes.com. An interesting article about risk taking in financial services and its links to biology. Although about financial services, there is no reason this research cannot be leveraged in other ways, e.g., encouraging or discouraging risk taking when making privacy and security related decisions.
I’d say this also sums up the results on most research on privacy attitudes by the public – at the moment. 😉 9 to 5 by Harley Schwadron
While thinking up new ways to measure information governance related items (e.g., compliance controls, risk environment), I also have to think of ways to display the results in meaningful (and preferably cool) ways. The display of information is a communication mechanism and in order to communicate effectively, you need to be able to display information…
Credit Suisse has released a report on the current and future status of IT. (Click here to access the report: CS IT Hardware). It’s a bit long, but worth a skim for sure. I think there is some interesting insights (one glaring flaw is the failure to mention information governance- I guess we all can’t be perfect).…