Articles

Keeping Problem Employees From Becoming Legal Issues

Most companies have them.  The “problem employees” – unhappy, disgruntled, overly sensitive, complaining, unethical, negative, potentially belligerent or otherwise exhibiting inappropriate conduct in the workplace. Read More
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Reducing the Risks of PHI Disclosures in Mass Mailings

Last week a large health plan made news in a highly unenviable manner. It came to light that the company had sent out 12,000 notices to policyholders across the U.S. in envelopes that revealed highly sensitive HIV prescription information. Read More
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Learn From Uber's Privacy…

Learn From Uber's Privacy and Security Mistakes

This week the FTC entered into a Consent Order with Uber Technologies regarding Uber’s privacy and information security practices. The FTC concluded that Uber misrepresented its privacy and security practices in express assurances given t… Read More
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