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    Opinions abound regarding Edward Snowden and his leak of a secret NSA surveillance program, as U.S. officials increase efforts to extradite him.

    ITKE346,450 pointsBadges:
  • While SpiderOak canary defies NSA, CIOs ponder their privacy bind

    CIOs battle their own privacy demons as SpiderOak and other vendors attempt to protect customer data from NSA snooping. Also in Searchlight: Cisco cuts 6,000 jobs and the Internet could grow too large for its gear.

    Fran Sales915 pointsBadges:
  • NSA concerns, Microsoft Azure challenge AWS Europe

    AWS Europe faces mistrust due to U.S. NSA surveillance practices, plus competition from local cloud service providers and familiar nemesis, Microsoft Azure.

    Beth Pariseau7,245 pointsBadges:
  • Good information security leadership demands focus on shared knowledge

    At a SANS event, former NSA cybersecurity boss Tony Sager said effective information security leadership requires a holistic, disciplined approach.

    Eric Parizo2,595 pointsBadges:
  • Former NSA director advocates for thin client cloud security model

    Retired Gen. Keith Alexander reaffirmed the importance of NSA bulk metadata collection and pushed for thin client cloud computing to improve security.

    Eric Parizo2,595 pointsBadges:
  • News briefs: NSA scandal leads Brits, Canadians to move data out of U.S.

    This week, a survey shows the NSA scandal has made businesses wary of storing data in the U.S., and Boston ditches Microsoft for Google Apps.

    Katherine Finnell290 pointsBadges:
  • NSA scandal serves as mother of invention for cloud privacy industry

    Because necessity is the mother of invention, the NSA scandal accelerated the market for cloud privacy, meaning data is safer than ever in the cloud.

    ITKE346,450 pointsBadges:
  • The Der Spiegel NSA revelations: What network engineers need to know

    German magazine Der Spiegel has reported routers and firewalls from top vendors have NSA backdoor hacks. Network engineers must take action.

    Shamus McGillicuddy5,190 pointsBadges:
  • Why Facebook and the NSA love graph databases

    Graph databases play six degrees of separation to find real connections. See how IT teams can use the database approach for businesses.

    ITKE346,450 pointsBadges:
  • NSA does not want to run cybersecurity, director says

    Instead, Lt. General Keith B. Alexander pushed for a collaborative effort among the intelligence communities, government and private industry to secure cyberspace.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:

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