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June 17, 2013  1:20 PM

Concerned About Gov’t. Snooping? There’s an app for that

Posted by: David Scott
cyber awareness, cyber security, cyber security and government, cyber training, data accessibility, data encryption, data legislation, data privacy, data protection, data security, decryption, e-mail breach, e-mail security

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August 4, 2011  5:14 PM

You’re a Commodity: Your info is for sale

Posted by: David Scott
data breach, data privacy, data security, data theft, florida sells info, IT risk, personal information

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July 16, 2011  10:38 AM

Pentagon Loses 24,000 Files to Theft – and lessons to you

Posted by: David Scott
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The Pentagon is supposedly mounting a new cyber security initiative...

July 12, 2011  10:26 AM

Department of Justice: Forcing you to decrypt?

Posted by: David Scott
bank fraud, data encryption, data privacy, decryption, file access, file passphrase, IT passphrase, IT password, money laundering, PGP passphrase, privacy, Ramona Fricosu, Supreme Court encryption, U.S. Justice Department, U.S. Supreme Court data encryption, wire fraud


Does your right to remain silent, as protected by the U.S. Constitution’s...

June 17, 2011  12:05 PM

Security, Privacy, Your Organization… and YOU

Posted by: David Scott
best security practice, business continuity, business exposure, business liability, content management, content security, cost of data breach, cyber attack, cyber security, cybersecurity, data breach, data breach expense, data exposure, data privacy, disaster awareness, disaster awareness preparedness and recovery, disaster plan, disaster prevention, Executive Director, information privacy, International Association of Privacy Professionals, security officer, Trevor Hughes, workplace privacy


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May 13, 2010  6:13 AM

You Say “Business Security,” I Say “IT Security”…

Posted by: David Scott
business management, business security, data breach, data privacy, identity breach, identity theft, IT security, IT Wars, organizational security, the business-technology weave


You say To-MAY-to, I say To-MAH-to…  one thing’s for certain:  When it comes to organizational security we...

April 23, 2010  8:55 AM

Workplace Privacy

Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, content management, data access, data privacy, workplace privacy

According to a recent ruling by the New Jersey Supreme Court, a former employee’s past company should not have read e-mails that she sent from a private, password-protected, web account.   Bookmark and Share     0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


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