A new study by ACA Research released by Mimecast shows that 21% of workers experienced a privacy incident last year and reveals that one in five (19%) did not report it to their employer. The proliferation of privacy issues, Mimecast cites, is due to the increased use of communication tools. The data suggests firms need to be tougher to make privacy a priority.
Being connected is an essential part of our everyday lives, enabling us to connect personally and professionally, but with protecting privacy vitally important in the digital era, how do you do this?
Somewhat buried beneath all the fanfare about the updates to Apple's iOS and iPadOS operating systems on Tuesday was the main dish of the day: the privacy changes that Facebook and some advertisers have been railing about, but which now have to be dealt with.
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