QCon 2018 – Data, GDPR & Privacy

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QCon 2018 – Data, GDPR & Privacy

June 27th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Title: Data, GDPR & Privacy – Doing it right without losing it all Speaker: Amie Durr See the table of contents for more blog posts from the conference. Goals: send right message to right person at right time using right channel (ex: email, text, etc) One company handles 25% of all non-spam email traffic Confidence […]

QCon 2018 – Privacy Ethics – A Big Data Problem

June 27th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Title: Privacy Ethics – A Big Data Problem Speaker: Raghu Gollamudi See the table of contents for more blog posts from the conference. GPDR (General Data Protection Regulation) – took effect May 25, 2018 Data is exploding Cost of storing data so low that it is essentially free 250 petabytes of data a month. What […]

twitter and two factor take two

May 5th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

In 2014, I tried to enable two factor on Twitter and had to turn it off. Given the recent news that Twitter encourages everyone to change passwords, I decided to take another stab at it. I also learned that Twitter has more options for two factor now like Google authenticator. Step 1: Changing the password First, I […]