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Read our latest insights below on the myriad of weekly global Privacy issues and

why it is so important to get your important matters and plans organised –

as we put in context the nature of LifeBank as the offline internet

So you want privacy!

Readers of this blog will know by now that we at LifeBank urge everyone to use LifeBank as part of their lives.    The tag line LifeBank use is Collect and Protect – you collect together all your valuable personal information and then, preferably, store all of it on your LifeBank data key.    You are…

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Health and Privacy at risk. Accessing critical and vital health information

Anyone remotely concerned about details of their health becoming almost readily available “out there” will be alarmed by what is presently under consideration in Australia.    There is the possibility of the Chinese Government gaining access the health details of all Australians.    Be alarmed! Australian Health Information Technology reports today: “Chinese companies are required by…

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Cybersecurity goes awol, big time, in Germany

What a way to kick off the new year!   Yet again, the vulnerabilities of the internet and the whole cybersecurity “apparatus” is shown not only to be wanting, but seemingly, easily breached. The latest revelation of a “big” cyber breach……from SecurityWeek  “Hundreds of German politicians, including Chancellor Angela Merkel, have fallen victim to a…

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One ginormous hack!

The scale of the hack – said to be the second largest ever! – at Marriott Hotels is appalling…… and the company seemingly wanting, severely, in securing its data.    The hack goes back as far as 4 years.   The ramifications are enormous.    Yet again, trying to rely on others to secure data relating…

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When security of the internet – and how regularly – is breached

Krebs on Security is an invaluable source of information – and advice – on all matters of security relating to the internet.  The latest, frightening stats…. “2.3 Billion – Stolen Credentials Over 2.3 Billion usernames and passwords were reported spilled from 51 organizations in 2017. The frequency of credential spills has remained extremely consistent for two…

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