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A Data Privacy Conversation Episode #5

Bow Ties and Business Logo A Data Privacy Conversation With Elliott Long Episode #5

In a data privacy conversation Tim and Elliott build on their previous pieces Data Explained , Data Privacy Primer, and Website Cookies. As always the two cyber security and data privacy nerds take the technical talk out of the subject. In a forward manner they explore what data privacy really is? Why our privacy is threatened? And why it matters? Perhaps most importantly Elliott offers some simple steps during the data privacy conversation that you can take to protect yourself and your information.

Change Your Default Passwords

Use Different Passwords

Consider the directional setting of your Wifi devices to avoid public spaces

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Resources Mentioned During A Data Privacy Conversation

Princeton Web Transparency Project

Duck Duck Go Privacy Browser

Other Topics Touched on

Facial Recognition Programs

Website Cookies and Tracking

Data Privacy Legislation including GPDR

Contact Centers, Coupon Codes and Customer Loyalty Programs – the beginning of the loss of privacy.

Tim Kubiak is a Business Geek, Nomad, Aging Metal Head, Nerd, & Coffee Addict. Plus the only big guy at Hot Yoga. For over 25 years he's been building high-performance sales teams globally. With over 2 billion in lifetime sales in goods and services. Tim works as a coach mentor with Founders, Business Owners, Executives, and High Performing individuals to transform companies, bring new solutions to market and achieve their professional goals.

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