November 17th 2022by Ron Zayas
Social workers are entrusted not just with their clients’ health and well being, but also with protecting their clients’ privacy. Those experiencing assistance with child protection and difficult…
November 16th 2022by Ron Zayas
Ten years ago, Social Work Today published an article entitled “Violent Crime and Social Worker Safety.” The article illustrated in sometimes-frightening detail how social workers can experience…
November 16th 2022by Ron Zayas
Not long ago in Washington DC, two federal judges addressed the Judicial Conference Committee on the Budget to request additional funding for security. They petitioned for a 7.2% increase in the…
November 15th 2022by Ron Zayas
If you speak to most social workers they’ll tell you how rewarding it is to help troubled individuals improve their home, work, and family life. However, according to one survey, more than half will…
November 7th 2022by Ron Zayas
By now you’ve certainly heard about the attack on Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, at their home in San Francisco. Unfortunately such incidents are no longer rare as the divisive…
November 3rd 2022by Ron Zayas
California has been at the forefront of online privacy protection since the state passed a truncated version of the GDPR privacy regulations established by the European Union. These regulations give…
October 27th 2022by Ron Zayas
From the moment TikTok began its ascent into a social media craze, questions were raised about the security of the data it receives from users, and how that data is being used in TikTok’s country of…
October 19th 2022by Sara Lopes
October has been a busy month here as our team of privacy and security experts hit the road for tradeshows in Texas and New Jersey. MAACM Annual Conference Our first stop was the 29th Annual…
October 17th 2022by Ron Zayas
Back in May, I wrote about how Google added an option for users to opt-out of their private information being shown in search results. Recently, the company added a new feature to bolster this policy…
October 17th 2022by Ron Zayas
It has been two years since Daniel Anderl, the son of federal Judge Esther Salas, was killed in a 2020 attack at her New Jersey home. The Daniel Anderl Judicial Security and Privacy Act was a bill…

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