Tag Archives: privacy

Data breaches matter...in the short term

In the past, a few studies addressed the problem of understanding the impact of a data┬ábreach suffered by a company on the company's value (see, e.g. the paper "The effect of internet security breach announcements on market value" by Cavusoglu … Continue reading

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The Annual Privacy Forum 2014

Last week I was in Athens to attend the Annual Privacy Forum, jointly organized by a mixed set of organizations: ENISA (the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security),┬áthe European Commission (Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology), … Continue reading

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The right price for our personal data

For a long time academic researchers have tried to understand how much people value their privacy, i.e., their personal data in a panorama where information about customers' habits and attitudes is the key to more profitable business. The answers have … Continue reading

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