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Joan Dunlop

About Joan Dunlop

Joining Cenera in 2011, Joan primarily works in the Privacy and Records Management practice area. With an open and accessible leadership style, Joan emphasizes individual empowerment and team development while providing sound advice and guidance.

Make Your List and Then Think Twice: Smart Watches for Kids

By | December 5th, 2017|Privacy|

Thinking about buying your child a Smart Watch for Christmas? According to security experts, you might want to think twice… Wouldn’t it be great to be able to see exactly where little Susie is when she’s out playing with friends at the neighbourhood park? Or at the zoo with her class? Maybe even set a [...]

Privacy, security and peace of mind – you can have it all!

By | June 17th, 2014|Privacy|

We live in a mobile world.  That’s not likely going to change any time soon.  We have mobile phones, tablets and laptops. Some of these devices are for personal use, some for work and some are now in that crazy mixed use “Bring Your Own Device” category.   And in this mobile world we are all [...]

A Landmark Ruling on Random Drug and Alcohol Testing in Alberta: is the door completely closed?

By | April 2nd, 2014|Privacy|

Suncor Energy Inc., Oil Sands’ attempt to implement random alcohol and drug testing of safety-sensitive employees at Suncor oil sands operations was recently rejected by the Alberta Arbitration Board after hearing a grievance filed by Unifor, Local 707A, representing Suncor employees at its Fort McMurray operations. The Board found Suncor’s Policy to be an unreasonable [...]

When should you start thinking about Privacy Breaches?

By | February 10th, 2014|Information Management, Privacy|

It’s been quite a start to 2014 hearing all the news about recent privacy breaches in our province.  The biggest one involved the theft of a laptop containing personal health information of over 600,000 Albertans who attended Medicentres last year leaving us all asking, “How could this happen?” and “How could they have handled it [...]