Sponsored by Did you know that 50% of data breaches are paper-based? The GDPR date may have passed—but for many organizations, the journey toward compliance is only beginning. Much of the focus has been on what is commonly perceived as “customer data,” such as CRM databases and email lists. Yet GDPR isn’t prescriptive about the form of Personally Identifiable Information (PII), meaning the regulation also applies to unstructured documents, email, and even the contents of an organization’s filing cabinets. In this webinar, we consider the importance of ensuring all forms of data are incorporated into the GDPR strategy. We’ll discuss how GDPR presents an opportunity to eliminate non-electronic (paper) records and how this transition to digital can be low-hanging fruit for managing documents more securely, effectively and cost-efficiently. Whether you’re still on the GDPR starting blocks or are strategizing about forward-thinking steps, join … [Read more...] about Are Paper Records the Low-hanging Fruit of GDPR?
opinion NorthJersey Published 9:13 p.m. UTC Jun 4, 2018 As New Jersey voters go to the polls in this year’s June primary elections, it is sobering to note that the voting machines on which the great majority will be casting their ballots represent “fatally flawed technology” that is in sore need of updating. Specifically, in the age of the grievous efforts of Russian hackers in 2016 and other threats to democracy as we know it, New Jersey needs to revamp its voting infrastructure to incorporate a more secure system — preferably one that includes a verifiable paper record that can be checked against the electronic tally. In a time in this country when some of the very basic tenets of a free and just government are under attack from both within and without, the integrity of the ballot is perhaps more important than ever before to assure that our institutions remain intact. That said, the state must move to address these shortcomings in the way New Jersey … [Read more...] about Editorial: NJ voting technology must include paper record
Friday May 18, 2018 12:01 AM How new machines will be paid for in Pennsylvania remains an issue. Written by Staff and wire reports As the midterm congressional primaries heat up amid fears of Russian hacking, about 1 in 5 Americans are casting ballots on machines that don't produce a paper record of their votes.That worries voting and cybersecurity experts, who say lack of a hard copy makes it difficult to double-check results for signs of manipulation."In the current system, after the election, if people worry it has been hacked, the best officials can do is say, 'Trust us,' " said Alex Halderman, a voting machine expert who is director of the University of Michigan's Center for Computer Security and Society.Georgia, which holds its primary on Tuesday, and four other states - Delaware, Louisiana, New Jersey and South Carolina - exclusively use touchscreen machines that provide no paper records allowing voters to confirm their choices.TODAY'S SPONSOR:Such machines are also … [Read more...] about Amid Russian hacking fears, no paper trail for some voters worries experts
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Lack of paper trail a concern amid fears of election hacking About 20 percent of registered voters nationwide use machines that produce no paper record. Such touchscreen-only systems are in use in Mississippi. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press Published 10:00 a.m. CT May 18, 2018 CLOSE In preparation for the midterms, some states are ditching electronic voting machines for paper ballots, and it's all thanks to Russia. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) reports. Buzz60 … [Read more...] about Lack of paper trail a concern amid fears of election hacking
april, 2018april, 2018 Earth Day Paper Shredding and Recycling Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve 93 Honorine Drive, Depew, NY 14043 21apr9:00 am12:00 pmEarth Day Paper Shredding and Recycling9:00 am - 12:00 pm Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve Event DetailsFriends of Reinstein is sponsoring a free paper shredding and recycling event in honor of Earth Day. Instead of throwing out or burning old bills and paper records, bring them more Event Details Friends of Reinstein is sponsoring a free paper shredding and recycling event in honor of Earth Day. Instead of throwing out or burning old bills and paper records, bring them to Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve to be professionally shredded and recycled by Lincoln Archives. No registration is required, however the event will be first-come, first-serve and will end promptly at noon. Please bring papers in open boxes or bags. You will be responsible for keeping and recycling the boxes or bags in which you bring your materials. This event is … [Read more...] about Earth Day Paper Shredding and Recycling