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The Social Power of Data

The Social Power of Data

By: CaseGuard

  Data Protection is about Control Today's advertising is a complex interconnected infrastructure. You control your data and understanding what that means today, along with how it affects your privacy, is extremely important for your daily life and your future. Owning your data, keeping your data private means that you control your data and your destiny. Years ago, privacy meant something very...

Apr 02, 2020
Redaction & Privacy | Compliant Data For Authorized Eyes Only

Compliant Data For Authorized Eyes Only

By: CaseGuard

  Redaction is the method of masking specifics of key details in documents. Today, redaction is used to hide information from unauthorized in-house readers of documents and to protect the data privacy rights of individuals when documents are shared externally.   The Need for Secrecy and Privacy Why is redaction so topical today? On the one hand, organizations are obliged to govern access to...

Apr 01, 2020
Medical First Responders Face Extreme Dangers to Save Lives

Medical First Responders Face Extreme Dangers to Save Lives

By: CaseGuard

  Invisible Threat – COVID19 The world is facing sudden change, disruption, and an invisible threat. COVID19 is a type of coronavirus, a virus that has jumped from animals to humans. There are many types of coronavirus, including the flu. However, COVID19 is a novel, new virus. It is a virus that humans had never had exposure to before. Since we have never experienced it, there is no build-up of...

Mar 31, 2020
How will AI Affect the Legal Profession

How will AI Affect the Legal Profession

By: CaseGuard

  Intelligently integrated artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are transforming the legal profession in many respects. Still, in most instances, it is improving what lawyers do by automating routine, mundane tasks enabling them to focus on complex higher-value duties, such as reviewing pre-sorted documents, negotiating deals, and making court appearances. They also manage time usage by...

Mar 30, 2020
In Memory of Commander Greg Carnicle

In Memory of Commander Greg Carnicle

By: CaseGuard

  Suspect Shoots Three Officers Three officers responded to a domestic disturbance that involved roommates at an apartment. The address was near 40th Drive and Pinnacle Peak Street. The argument started Sunday evening, March 29, 2020, at approximately 7:00 pm. One of the roommates called the police because they wanted to evict a party from the residence, which was acting erratic and unstable. The...

Mar 29, 2020
In Memory of Trooper Nolan J. Sanders

In Memory of Trooper Nolan J. Sanders

By: CaseGuard

  Trooper Dies in Accident On Friday, March 27, 2020, at approximately 7:17 pm, a driver following behind a North Carolina Highway Patrol car witnessed a tragic accident. Trooper Nolan J. Sanders was patrolling his route, and while driving north on I-795, he lost control of his vehicle and crashed near a 19.5 mile marker. The driver who had witnessed the accident immediately called for help....

Mar 27, 2020
In Memory of Sergeant Ben Jenkins

In Memory of Sergeant Ben Jenkins

By: CaseGuard

  Nevada Hero Murdered Just before 6:00 am, on the morning of Friday, March 28, 2020, Sergeant Ben Jenkins stopped to help a stranded motorist on U.S. 93, just outside the town of Ely, Nevada. He was then ambushed by the motorist who pulled out a weapon and fired on Sergeant Jenkins. After shooting the Sergeant, who had offered assistance, the gunman then stole the officer's shirt and badge he...

Mar 27, 2020
Law Enforcement Facing COVID19 in America

Law Enforcement Facing COVID19 in America

By: CaseGuard

  Coronavirus Pandemic The coronavirus or COVID19 is a respiratory illness that is also known as SARS2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). It's a pandemic that has taken over the globe. The disease is thought to be of zoonotic origins, particularly bats, which means that it is a type of virus that can jump from species to species, such as animals to humans. Humans have never seen this particular...

Mar 26, 2020
COVID19 FERPA Community and Student Privacy

COVID19 FERPA Community and Student Privacy

By: CaseGuard

  Federal Announcements Americans have been inundated with numerous Federal announcements. Americans were told they shouldn't worry, and it is nothing, you can get it and go on to work, but these announcements were made while the number of American patients and deaths simply continued to grow. As the truth began to unfold, it left citizens confused about whom they could trust, and panic has set...

Mar 25, 2020
In Memory of Trooper Justin R. Schaffer

In Memory of Trooper Justin R. Schaffer

By: CaseGuard

  Trooper Struck by Vehicle On Tuesday afternoon, March 24, 2020, Trooper Justin R. Schaffer was intentionally struck and killed by a suspect's vehicle. He was 28 years old and had served with the Washington State Police for seven years. The incident began on Monday when a 39-year-old man had stolen a bottle of lighter fluid from a local convenience store. The clerk pursued the thief into the...

Mar 24, 2020

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