ADM Privacy Blog

CCTV AND DATA PRIVACY

The usage of closed-circuit television (CCTV) nowadays became even more prevalent in the world of technology. Installing CCTVs aids in identifying future anomalies, provides people with the feeling of safety, and gives a long-term cost-effective solution to privacy and security concerns. CCTVs are tools which support safety and security of personal information controllers (PICs) andContinue reading “CCTV AND DATA PRIVACY”

A More Privacy-Conscious World

Let us look at some options that gives more power to the user and have them be involved in the protection, security and privacy of their own accounts.

How to Protect Data in the Academe

More and more schools are adopting their own platforms that their students can accessed online to view their records and grades, conduct surveys, see their schedules and remaining classes, and even enroll. Know how to protect the data in your care today.

DATA BREACH REPORT: Student Portal Systems Unauthorized Access

In the last week, two universities experienced a hacking incident of their respective student portal systems. San Beda University’s Student portal was hacked, while University of the Philippines Cebu confirmed a breach of their Student Evaluation on Teaching, which is a separate system from their student portal. San Beda University What Happened? June 5- SanContinue reading “DATA BREACH REPORT: Student Portal Systems Unauthorized Access”

True End-to-End Encryption

With the current situation of accounts being hacked and other poser accounts popping up, I decided to change my password for the better. As I was changing my password to further secure my many many, truly, may accounts. I’ve come across one platform I used which offers true end-to-end encryption (E2EE). Okay back to myContinue reading “True End-to-End Encryption”

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