Digital privacy is an evolving topic that is increasingly part of the cybersecurity discussion. Private information is transmitted in nearly every interaction of every day, from digital habits such as app and website uTyler, to purchases, to driving habits. Looking back at recent data breaches, it’s interesting that the largest breaches didn’t involve stolen credit card or social security numbers. Instead personal information is being stolen in large quantities. This private information is not only extremely valuable to us as individuals, but it’s becoming increasingly attractive for cybercriminals as well.