In a world that revolves around the collection and use of various forms of data, continuously assuring the privacy of data being collected and stored is a major factor in cybersecurity hygiene, i.e. habitual practices for ensuring the safe handling of critical data and for securing networks. Managing the privacy of one’s data includes managing not only who has access to your data, but also confirming what data is being collected and how the data is being used or even stored.
These days, our personal digital footprint—the unique set of traceable digital activities, actions . . .