Tag Archive: privacy

Data Privacy Day Panel Discussion, Jan. 28

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Register now for a panel discussion with UC Campus Privacy Officers to celebrate Data Privacy Day this Friday, January 28, at noon! Panelists will explore the film, The Social Dilemma, the future of data, what UC’s role should be…
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UC Needs You to Help Manage Supplier Cyber Risk

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By Matthew Linzer. The University of California spends billions of dollars every year on goods and services provided by suppliers (sometimes called vendors or third parties). These represent a vast and diverse group of small, medium, and large businesses; complex…
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Register: Privacy Career Awareness Panel, Jan. 26

Animated Video call, with four diverse participants

Register for the panel discussion “How to Break Down Barriers to Privacy Careers for Underrepresented Populations,” hosted by the UC Berkeley Privacy Office. This virtual event will take place on January 26, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. Register for the…
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Update Your Parents’ Browser Day: Nov. 25

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By Jeané Blunt. Thanksgiving falls on November 25 this year. Many people will be spending time with family, cooking, laughing, joking, and enjoying that in-person quality time. This year, another equally important (albeit less popular) holiday falls on November 25—Update…
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