Data Collection

Be Smart(er) about Data Collection

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Tricia Dunlap, Esq. & Ben Nelson Ben Nelson is an experienced technologist at SingleStone Consulting who has provided custom application development and technical leadership for the public and private sectors.  He is a writer, podcaster, and presenter. ~4 minute read Be Smart(er) about Data Collection In recent years, many businesses have come to perceive data […]

SaaS Vendor Evaluation

SaaS Vendor Evaluation: 3 Criteria For Choosing Software Part 3

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel Tricia Dunlap, Esq. ~3-4 minute read SaaS Vendor Evaluation: 3 Criteria For Choosing Software This is part three of a three-part series on choosing software and what SaaS vendor is right for your business. In part one, I talked about principles around data privacy that your business should consider and […]

Security For SaaS Applications

5 Tips To Secure your Data: Security For SaaS Applications Part 2

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel Tricia Dunlap, Esq. ~3-4 minute read 5 Tips To Secure Your Data: Security For SaaS Applications Let’s talk about security for SaaS applications and its role in choosing a SaaS vendor. This is part two of a three part series on choosing a SaaS vendor because it’s fairly complicated. If […]

What is SaaS? Choosing a SaaS Vendor

What is SaaS and Why You Need To Be Careful: 4 Tips for Picking SaaS Vendors Part 1

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Subscribe to our YouTube channel Tricia Dunlap, Esq. ~4 minute read What is SaaS and Why You Need To Be Careful: 4 Tips for Picking SaaS Vendors What is SaaS? Software as a Service is necessary for all modern businesses. It includes software such as G-Suite, MailChimp, SalesForce, and Microsoft products. But right now let’s […]

Piggyback tags

Part 2 Piggyback Tags and the California Consumer Protection Act

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~4-5 minute read © Tricia Dunlap  The U.S. Data Privacy Legal Landscape is Highly Fragmented The U.S. data privacy legal landscape is a patchwork of federal and state laws.  At the federal level, data privacy laws vary by business sector.  For example, the federal Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act regulates data collection and use by financial institutions and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act governs collection […]

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9 Cybersecurity Tips Your Business Needs While Working at Home

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Coronavirus, Data Privacy and Cybersecurity

~7 minute read Tricia Dunlap, Esq. CIPP/US We expect cybercrime incidents to increase in the wake of the coronavirus. Thieves usually take advantage of social disruption and fear – cyberthieves will no doubt see COVID-19 as a ripe opportunity. Here are nine best practices in cybersecurity that you can quickly adopt for your small business: […]

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Kenyans Have More Data Privacy Rights Than Many Americans 

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By Tricia Dunlap (Esq. & CIPP/US) On November 8, 2019, Kenya adopted a data privacy law aligned with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As a result, Kenyans now have more data privacy rights than many Americans.  Kenya hopes to attract more investment from foreign tech firms. Recently, they increased data privacy protection legal standards […]

Your Virginia Business & The CCPA

Yes, the California Consumer Privacy Act Could Impact Your Virginia Business

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By Tricia Dunlap (Esq. & CIPP/US) and Tess Lynch (J.D. 2019 & CIPP/US) Is Your Virginia Business Ready for the California Consumer Privacy Act? Companies around the world are paying attention to the wave of data privacy laws emerging from the European Union and the United States.  California is the first state to introduce significant […]