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  • Interesting post on “Creativity in a Constrained World” from Ben Malbon following the Firestarters NYC event where he spoke to to Adam Morgan and Mark Barden, authors of A Beautiful Constraint. A […] 0

    Embracing Design Constraints

    Interesting post on “Creativity in a Constrained World” from Ben Malbon following the Firestarters NYC event where he spoke to to Adam Morgan and Mark Barden, authors of A Beautiful Constraint. A […]

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  • Guest author Mike Mulcahy provides an overview of challenges with making business communications compliant with industry regulations. Get satisfaction by spotting the most references to Rolling Stones’ songs. Those tasked […] 0

    Compliance and the 19th Nervous Breakdown

    Guest author Mike Mulcahy provides an overview of challenges with making business communications compliant with industry regulations. Get satisfaction by spotting the most references to Rolling Stones’ songs. Those tasked […]

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  • Cookie Monster Recruited to Test Websites? Tomorrow a law known as the E.U. Cookie Directive will go into effect across the European Union – but the ramifications will be felt […] 0

    Cookies off the Menu in the E.U.

    Cookie Monster Recruited to Test Websites? Tomorrow a law known as the E.U. Cookie Directive will go into effect across the European Union – but the ramifications will be felt […]

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  • In 2009, 57 hard drives containing unencrypted private health data for more than 1 million people were stolen from a storage closet at a Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee facility in Chattanooga. Last week, BCBS agreed to pay $1.5 million and enter into a 450-day corrective action plan - on top of the $17 million they have already voluntarily invested in encrypting all "at-rest" data, investigating potential threats to data security and training employees. 0

    Is Security of Private Health Data an IT issue or a Governance issue?

    In 2009, 57 hard drives containing unencrypted private health data for more than 1 million people were stolen from a storage closet at a Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee facility in Chattanooga. Last week, BCBS agreed to pay $1.5 million and enter into a 450-day corrective action plan - on top of the $17 million they have already voluntarily invested in encrypting all "at-rest" data, investigating potential threats to data security and training employees.

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