Tag: privacy

11 points for American Health IT hoping to extend HIPAA compliance to Canada

What is HIPAA equivalent in Canada?   US-based health IT companies seeking to expand their operations north of the border must determine how American health privacy requirements translate in Canadian [ … ]

Why the US May Be Ahead of Canada When it comes to Privacy

Canada takes pride in its privacy regulation. We claim to have strong privacy laws regulating commerce, health care, and other sectors, which are interpreted and enforced by Information and Privacy [ … ]

Why invest in Privacy

5 Reasons to invest in privacy For companies and public organizations running on limited budgets, it can be difficult to see the benefits of investing in privacy. In our experience, [ … ]

A Privacy Class-Action lawsuit is Hospital Boards’ worst nightmare – 3 ways to prevent it

The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to permit class action lawsuits is expected to raise some serious discussions in hospital Board of Directors meetings. The Court dismissed a hospital’s application for [ … ]

Privacy Statements: Privacy Consultants Are like Any Other Business when it comes to Clients’ Privacy

Privacy consultants’ work is to help their clients to manage personal information responsibly. But how do the consultants themselves measure up to privacy standards? As the promotional website of IDT911 [ … ]

Interview with Waël Hassan: Why Security and Privacy Must Work Together

Dr. Waël Hassan, chief editor of Transigram, is the founder of Ki Design, a consulting group specialized in big data solutions, privacy in design, cyber security, and privacy compliance. As [ … ]

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