Data Privacy Week

January 24 - 28, 2022

Data Privacy Week

Tips to Up Your Privacy Game

How can you can improve your privacy in your everyday use of web browsers, email, text messaging, and other apps?  Check out this podcast to find out!

Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy: Episode 4: David Sherry


This podcast is from the Princeton Engineering series Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy.

Simply Security Video Series

Subscribe to our Simply Security Media Central Channel and you will be entered to win a variety of InfoSec merchandise.  The raffle drawing is February 1, 2022.  Check out our most recent video below. 

Events Presented by the National Cybersecurity Alliance

Data Privacy 2022 - Keynotes, Panels, and Discussions 

Join data privacy experts from industry, government, academia, and non-profit for an afternoon of keynotes and discussions on current topics in data privacy. Wednesday, January 26 from 12-3 PM (EST)

Fireside Chat: Reducing Privacy Risks with the NIST Privacy Framework

This chat will explore the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Privacy Framework, a voluntary tool designed to help organizations identify and manage privacy risk to build beneficial products and services while protecting individuals’ privacy. Thursday, January 27 from 3-3:45 PM (EST)

Introduction to Privacy

Throughout your organization, you have individuals who are responsible for personal information. Regardless of their being in the privacy office or part of an operational team, these people need to understand the basics of privacy. This two-hour webinar will cover the basics of privacy, responding to privacy incidents, and basic regulations that may affect your organization.  Friday, January 28 from 1-3 PM (EST)

Visit the NCSA website for details on how to join the above events.

ISO 2022 Events

No upcoming events found.

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Update your privacy settings this Data Privacy Week!

personal information is like money
Value it. Protect it. Check out Princeton's Common Scams webpage for more tips to stay safe!

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Defend against COVID-19 scams. Visit the resource library

Share with care
What you post can last a lifetime. Learn more on the FTC's website.

Many apps ask for access to personal information, such as your geographic location, contacts list and photo album, before you can use their services. Be thoughtful about who gets that information.

We're a Data Privacy Champion! You can be one too!