A Proactive Framework for Protecting Personal Information at Risk: Taiwan Experiences

Abstract

Many organizations have collected data about individuals at an increasing rate. Online attacks against computer systems are on the increase and are frequently considered dangerous for some organizations. It��s about time to manage privacy and security of on-line information by reviewing their fundamentals and principles as well as relevant laws and regulations. Concerns of privacy harm have resulted in laws and regulations such as the privacy rules of Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) in Taiwan. Taking a proactive stance against privacy invasion can help stave off government intervention to tighten controls over what can be done with an individual's personal data. This proposed P-P framework is divided into two phases: Performance Evaluation Phase, and Policy Management Phase. This framework is presented to provide managers guidance in dealing with privacy policy. The study closes with recommendations for privacy and security good practices for information managers. That also benefits the cybercrime investigation of data leakage.



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Da-Yu Kao,Central Police University, TAIWAN
Cheng-Yu Peng, National Police Agency, TAIWAN

Paper Information
Conference: ACBPP2014
Stream: Criminal Justice Policy and Law

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