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Is Cybersecurity the Same as Data Privacy?
If you look at the title of this blog article and aren’t sure what to answer, you’re not alone. Even industry veterans find it hard to disentangle cybersecurity and data privacy. There is a good reason for this. They are associated, even intrinsically linked, and they both have to deal with nefarious elements that would do us harm. But they are not the same. In this article, we hope to point out where cybersecurity and privacy overlap and where they diverge. Privacy Anyway? Privacy seems to be one of those slippery terms that is hard to pin down. In the context of technology, we are generally referring to data privacy, which is data in all of its forms – from images to documents to location and political leaning. But privacy, as a concept, is a long-held, intrinsic, human right. The American Constitution, for example, gives a strong nod to privacy, although it holds back on being specific about what privacy actually constitutes.
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