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SolarWinds Gets a Hacking Black Eye

If you were following the news this week, you probably heard about a major hack of SolarWinds’ software.  SolarWinds’ software is used to monitor and manage network gear and to monitor applications for countless multi-national companies and several key U.S. government agencies.  The hack is a big black eye for […]

California Privacy Rights Act a.k.a. the Evolving and Expanded California Consumer Privacy Act 2.0 – Telecom and Technology Purchasers Get Ready

On November 3, California voters approved Prop 24, which enacted the new “California Privacy Rights Act.”  This Act, a.k.a. the “CPRA,” substantially amends the existing California Consumer Privacy Act, known as the “CCPA.”  The CPRA, like its predecessor, imposes obligations on businesses with regard to the “personal information” – or […]

It’s Time to Reconsider your ICT Plan

Last year, about this time, you probably had your ICT plan in place for 2020 and looking back, it probably had more than a bit of variance.  In this podcast we discuss what is important, as disrupted as 2020 has been, and how some of that disruption is going to […]

If You Think You’re Being Followed, You’re Right

Practically every mobile app you use, as well as the operating systems of most smartphones, track your location, along with other information they’ve gathered about you, and they share it with third parties.  If you ever had that feeling that you’re being followed, you’re right.  On this 8 minute podcast, […]

Complying with GDPR Has Gotten Tougher

When we discuss regulatory matters on Staying Connected, listeners likely squirm a bit worrying whether they’re doing the right thing for their companies.  Undoubtedly, two of the most important regulatory topics we stay on top of are the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). […]