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Privacy What Developers and IT Professionals Should Know by J. C. Cannon

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Conclusion

If you or your company is building software solutions, take a serious look at building privacy awareness into them. This means focusing on privacy during development, when establishing defaults, and when planning deployments This means the following three things:

  1. All members of your development team are focused on protecting a user's privacy as they are developing products.

  2. Product features that may share a user's information are off by default.

  3. In deploying a solution, users are provided with prominent disclosure of privacy features and risks.

Reviewing how your solutions collect, store, and share data is an important part of the development process. Also look at how data that is sent to your company by your solution is protected and ...

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