Blog Posts Tagged with "Privacy"


Expect Behavioral Analytics to Trigger a Consumer Backlash

August 10, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

The deployment of cameras, sensors and applications in public and private places for behavioral analytics will be followed by consumer and regulatory backlash.

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Augmented Reality Will Compromise the Privacy and Safety of Attack Victims

July 08, 2020 Added by:Steve Durbin

Augmented Reality (AR) technologies will provide new opportunities for attackers to compromise the privacy and safety of their victims.

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Gaining Control of Security and Privacy to Protect IoT Data

April 24, 2019 Added by:Mike Nelson

It’s a matter of who is in control of our data. Today, IoT device manufacturers and businesses are in control. In the future, we must be in control of our own information.

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"Can you Hear Me Now?” - Security Professionals Warn about Who May Be Listening

June 27, 2018 Added by:Jeannie Warner

In light of the recent move by Verizon to stop sharing location data with third parties, companies need to rethink strategies for data gathering from users.

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GDPR: Ignore It at Your Own Risk

May 09, 2017 Added by:Tomáš Honzák

The GDPR will change business as we know it, and the best we can do is make sure we’re prepared.

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One Encryption Backdoor Is One Too Many

August 11, 2016 Added by:Joe Levy

Although the FBI no longer needs to force Apple to unlock an iPhone that belonged to one of the San Bernardino terrorists, the debate must continue. Strong encryption that cannot be exploited by external or internal actors is a must for any organization.

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Black Hat, DEFCON and the Summer of Our Discontent

July 21, 2016 Added by:Paul Shomo

I see wisdom behind the instinct to resist information authority. Human hierarchy tends to pyramid into increasingly fewer numbers up top. If you're going to fight for rights, there are more individuals at the bottom and more power to abuse from above.

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California Privacy Advocates Urge Defeat of Federal Data Breach Notice Bill

April 14, 2015 Added by:InfosecIsland News

Six California privacy and consumer groups have called on members of the US House Energy and Commerce Committee to oppose federal legislation that would wipe out California's landmark data breach notification laws.

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Mandatory Privacy Impact Assessments for Dutch Government IT Projects

October 24, 2013 Added by:Matthijs R. Koot

As of September 1st 2013 in the Netherlands, a new rule applies to ICT proposals initiated by the national-level government entities (Ministries, etc.): ICT project proposals must now include a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA).

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You’re an Internet Celebrity: Deal with It

July 18, 2013 Added by:Robert Siciliano

Managing a digital life means knowing what you are consuming versus what you are expelling, recognizing what you are sharing versus what you are protecting. Is privacy possible? To a degree, yes.

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The New Facebook Graph Search: How You’re Helping Hackers Gather Information

July 15, 2013 Added by:Tom Eston

Check your privacy settings to make sure your private information doesn’t easily show up in Facebook’s new search engine

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The Private Communication Encryption Conundrum

July 08, 2013 Added by:Keith Mendoza

Demanding that communication providers offer encryption of private communication is great; however, there are major hurdles that needs to be overcome from a technological and usability standpoint.

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Why I'm Not (very) Worried about PRISM

June 20, 2013 Added by:Eric Knapp

The NSA is tapping into our digital lives, monitoring voice calls, emails, social media, and who-knows-what-else. I understand, and try to live by, one of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received on the topic of privacy: “assume that everything you do and say is being watched and heard, always.”

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Balancing Act Between Privacy and Security

June 13, 2013 Added by:Jarno Limnéll

Privacy and Security: Both are mandatory – and necessary. Privacy is inherent in our contemporary understanding of democracy, whereas security requires intelligence. The challenge lies in being able to find the right balance while avoiding excesses.

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Security vs. Personnel and Employment Applications

April 24, 2013 Added by:Allan Pratt, MBA

Does your company use those out-of-date applications where the applicant must provide his or her Social Security number and driver’s license number? If so, throw them out immediately. You could be setting your business up for a potential lawsuit.

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New California "Right to Know" Act Would Let Consumers Find Out Who Has Their Personal Data -- And Get a Copy of It

April 03, 2013 Added by:Electronic Frontier Foundation

A new proposal in California, supported by a diverse coalition including EFF and the ACLU of Northern California, is fighting to bring transparency and access to the seedy underbelly of digital data exchanges.

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