Author Archives: Cindy Ng

About Cindy Ng

Cindy Ng is a technology, business, and design hybrid. She currently writes for Varonis' Inside Out Security blog, covering data security and privacy.

Foreigners to Foreign Policy: It’s Not a Woman’s World

Original article appeared on Muse by Liz Elfman When journalist Micah Zenko attended a conference on U.S. foreign policy, he was surprised by the lack of women in the room. 当记者Micah Zenko参加美国外国政策会议时, 他感到很吃惊因为会场内没有很多女性. And being the journalist he is, he decided to research … Continue reading

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Audit & Risk: Five key facts about the proposed EU GDPR

European regulators are serious about data protection reform. They’re inches away from finalising the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is a rewrite of the existing rules of the road for data protection and privacy spelled out in their legacy … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Love My Wife When We Got Married

Original article appeared on Pop Chassid’s blog I’m a ridiculous, emotional, over-sentimental sap. 我是一个不可理喻,情绪化 , 过度- 敏感 的人 I guess that’s why I told my wife I loved her on our second date. 我觉得这是我为什么第二次见我老婆的时候,就告诉她我爱她的原因。 I had tried really hard up to … Continue reading

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Women in Technology

Proof that humans can change   March 26, 2015, RSA Conference bans ‘booth babes’ March 5, 2015, Why Software Maker Fog Creek is Helping It’s Competitors Hire Women Inspiration April 1, 2015, Women in Data Security, Compliance, and Privacy You Should Follow … Continue reading

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Tim Cook Speaks Up

Original article appeared in Business Week Throughout my professional life, I’ve tried to maintain a basic level of privacy. 在我的职业生涯中,我一直试着保持最基本的隐私。 I come from humble roots, and I don’t seek to draw attention to myself. 我出身平凡,我不想寻求别人对我太多的关注。 Apple is already one of … Continue reading

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Buy Travel Origami – The Book

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CIO: Pros and Cons of Using Fitness Trackers for Employee Wellness

…Some employees may hesitate, or even refuse, to share personal activity data due to privacy concerns. For example, a recent post on the Varonis blog mentions five privacy and data security issues related to wearable tech that users should keep … Continue reading

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BUY GIRLIGAMI – THE KIT

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Why Vendors Are Using Groupon – CNBC

Our dojo had a deal on Groupon and CNBC wanted to hear why vendors enjoy doing business with Groupon. They invited our dojo to share our perspective. My Sensei asked me to represent our school to discuss our experience with … Continue reading

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Origami Kit On Real Simple

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KaChing: How to Run an Online Business that Pays and Pays

A featured case study – By Joel Comm’s – KaChing: How to Run an Online Business that Pays and Pays Origami Blog helps designer Cindy Ng promote her book and her designs, turning her passion into her profession. So far, … Continue reading

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Girligami on Hostess with the Mostess

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Girligami in HOW Design

Thanks to HOW magazine for a nice short feature and Random House for giving away a copy of Girligami!

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Girligami on Burda Style

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Girligami on Audrey Magazine

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Girligami – New York Times Book Review

I never thought my book would ever be in the New York Times Book Review, but it happened.

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Buy Girligami – The Book

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Cindy Ng on Oakland Magazine

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Origami Bijou on Xpress

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Origami Bijou on Sprig

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