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  • The components and objectives of privacy engineering

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, read more about the differences and similarities of privacy by design and privacy engineering, the main components and objectives of privacy engineering, and how privacy engineers can help promote innovation and trust among employees and clients.

  • Stronger collaboration platforms emerge as pandemic legacy

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: HR software had long been a relatively backward zone of enterprise software before the Covid-19 pandemic. It had been catching up, as organisations applied digital approaches drawn from customer experience to employee experience, encompassing the journey from recruitment, through working and learning, to moving up or moving on.

  • Stronger collaboration platforms emerge as pandemic legacy

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: HR software had long been a relatively backward zone of enterprise software before the Covid-19 pandemic. It had been catching up, as organisations applied digital approaches drawn from customer experience to employee experience, encompassing the journey from recruitment, through working and learning, to moving up or moving on.

  • Content Filtering: Taming the Wild Web

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    Despite the countless opportunities and benefits the Internet provides, it also introduces a number of business risks. In this e-guide, uncover expert advice on how to mitigate risks with content filtering as well as how to balance web control with employee privacy.

  • Data Security and Privacy Concerns Pushed into the Spotlight

    Sponsored by: GeoTrust, Inc.

    In this searchCompliance.com e-guide, uncover the core benefits data privacy programs, data protection strategies, and data-loss incident readiness plans have to offer and key steps for achieving them, with a particular focus placed on BYOD.

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