Book Review – Managing Personal Information

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By Alan Kilpatrick

BkRevPersonalInfoManaging Personal Information: Insights on Corporate Risk and Opportunity for Privacy – Savvy Leaders
By Claudiu Popa
Carswell, 2012
270 pp.


With privacy breaches on iCloud and other popular online platforms, you may want to learn more about managing personal and confidential information.  Fortunately, Carswell has published a new book on the subject, Managing Personal Information: Insights on Corporate Risk and Opportunity for Privacy – Savvy LeadersCarswell describes the item on its website,

This book, written by leading industry experts, is designed as an executive’s privacy advisor, a manager’s guide and a professional’s reference. The content has been precisely designed to provide users with guidelines towards better privacy protection. It covers topics such as key aspects of modern privacy including privacy breaches, the role of modern technology, government responses to breaches, existing privacy products and technologies, techniques for assessing privacy process effectiveness, building strong privacy practices, consumer applications and solutions, and key resources for privacy professionals.

Please stop by the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library in Regina if you are interested in checking this item out.  This item is in print at KF 1262.P82 2012.


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