The National Cyber Security Association earmarks January 28 as Data Privacy Day, "an international effort to empower and educate people to protect their privacy and control their digital footprint", Also called Data Protection Day, sponsors and volunteers annually dedicate time and resources to raise awareness of privacy threats and ways to protect one's privacy, as well as the confidentiality of one's business data.
Here's a short list of sources you should visit this Data Privacy Day. It includes carryovers from 2014 and some great new posts or articles:
Council of Europe Data Protection Day 2015
Cloudward.net's Data Privacy Day 2015: Top Experts Comment on Privacy Issues
Internet Society's Four Basic Steps to Protecting Your Digital Privacy in 2015
Data Privacy Day: Do you know what your apps are doing?
The US Federal Trade Commission's Privacy & Identity and Protecting Personal Information: A Guide for Business pages
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's Privacy and Security Awareness Initiatives
Privacy By Design's A Primer on Metadata: Separating Fact from Fiction
Data Privacy Day – protecting your personal information
Mozilla Foundation's Get Smart on Privacy initiative
Trend Micro's Why Data Privacy is Important?
28th January Is Data Protection Day, Five Quick Things You Can Do
Articles I've written about privacy also explain how each of us is often our own worst privacy enemy. These articles in particular remain timely and relevant:
There are only three true Internet privacy threats
Privacy Awareness 101: Five easily remembered rules for protecting privacy
Are Your Data at Rest Also at Risk?
Metadata or Content: NSA is not the only data collector you should fear
Trusting Third-parties with your password
How much activity on the Internet is truly consensual?