privacy strategy
What’s your Privacy Strategy?

With invasive technology attacking our privacy more than ever, businesses have been left with no option but to develop strategic security solutions.

IT security products have become as complex as the networks they’re trying to secure. A rapidly evolving threat landscape where breach incidents are occurring on a regular basis means that organisations large and small need to take a more vigilant and proactive approach to IT security.

With Australia’s metadata retention scheme now in effect, we now have telecommunications keeping our activities on record for two years. This doesn’t mean records are kept on our browsing data but information about who we’ve contacted, where and when is kept for at least two years. Handy for private investigators but incredibly invasive and confronting for individuals and business owners.

“Privacy as we knew it in the past is no longer feasible… How we conventionally think of privacy is dead.”
– Professor Margo Seltzer, Harvard University

Sensitive data can range from passwords to basic employee information, and most of us have some of our sensitive information floating in the digital stratosphere already. Why? Today we tend to sacrifice our privacy for convenience, we don’t do this on purpose but we do it without thinking sometimes. We need to start thinking. We can’t get our public data back and make it private so what do we do now? Be proactive and invest in strategies to protect ALL our data & personal information.

Tackling security challenges and simplifying the increasingly complex task of protecting your technology assets is only part of what Solution teams at JB Hi-Fi Solutions can do for you. JB Hi-Fi Solution teams can protect you from threats, help you detect security breaches, and then promptly contain them. With industry knowledge, planning, and proven methods JB Hi-Fi Solutions can help you achieve the highest levels of protection & keep costs down.

We are not far from a world where mosquito-sized robots can fly around and collect samples of our DNA, scary right? We all must be proactive and protect our data now. Privacy is not a privilege, it’s a fundamental human right. Own your rights.