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In a column for InfoWorld, Roger Grimes discusses why businesses should have a chief privacy officer. “More than ever, a dedicated privacy advocate is worth his or her weight in gold,” he writes. He proposes that the traditional security triad—CIA, or confidentiality, integrity, availability—should be updated “to CIPA, with a pillar dedicated to privacy.” Beyond mere regulatory compliance, Grimes writes, “A dedicated privacy advocate would be your expert in all relevant applicable government and regulatory laws in all states and countries in which you practice.” Meanwhile, in an op-ed for The Hill, Tsion Gonen opines, “It’s time that executives and information-security professionals accept the fact that their companies will be breached and start thinking” outside the data-security box.
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