Category Archives: Privacy

The Real Reasons Why Cyber Is Now Front-Page News

A front-page article on cybersecurity by Ellen Nakashima, published in the March 18, 2012, edition of The Washington Post, is important in several ways.  First, the article discusses the use of cyber as a weapon system, i.e., as a component … Continue reading

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People vs. Diaz Fails to Consider Enterprise Data on Mobile Devices

On October 10, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a proposed law, SB 914, which would have required the police to obtain a warrant to search the cell phones, laptops or tablet computers of individuals who are arrested or detained by … Continue reading

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Privacy and Security – Does Anyone REALLY Care?

There has recently been a spate of data breaches and reported cyber-attacks. Epsilon, and SONY PlayStation have lost data on millions; Amazon’s Cloud services were taken down; the RSA SecureID token was compromised, and the South Korean financial institution Nonghyup … Continue reading

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Prescribing Universal Privacy Practices is Simply Unattainable

The protection of personal information, particularly the accumulation of data about a person that could be used to identify and target an individual, has become a topic of increasing concern. A recent The Wall Street Journal article outlines the Obama … Continue reading

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