• Safe Harbor agreement invalid: Privacy win or enterprise woe?

    News roundup: The EU Court has invalidated the Safe Harbor agreement, leaving companies scrambling to deal with overseas data transfers securely. Plus: SHA-1 collision attack; NIST email security initiatives; worry over cyberthreats.

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  • California adopts landmark law protecting digital privacy

    New California state legislation aims to ensure digital data has the same kinds of protection applied to non-digital communications

    WAshford4,185 pointsBadges:
  • Location-based mobile management raises employee privacy concerns

    Tracking users' smartphones and tablets helps secure the devices and their data, but it also opens up a Pandora's box when it comes to privacy.

    rhsheldon850 pointsBadges:
  • Secure Reads: Web Security, Privacy and Commerce, Second Edition

    Web Security, Privacy and Commerce, Second Edition is successfully divided into four sections that highlight the important changes in the technology industry.

    ITKE372,465 pointsBadges:
  • Will privacy concerns surrounding Windows 10 prevent you from using the product?

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  • Windows 10 data collection sparks Microsoft privacy concerns

    Windows 10 constantly feeds your information to Microsoft, raising questions about how private your experience really is.

    ITKE372,465 pointsBadges:
  • IT’s balancing act between mobile security and privacy

    IT continues to walk a fine line between securing employee devices and allowing them a level of privacy.

    RaminEdmond110 pointsBadges:
  • Privacy laws create obstacles for e-discovery in the cloud

    Information governance expert Jeffrey Ritter discusses how privacy laws create barriers to cloud-based e-discovery, and strategies to manage these complications.

    Ben Cole1,535 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft attempts to put Windows 10 privacy concerns to rest

    Microsoft's Terry Myerson addresses Windows 10 privacy concerns

    SMcGrath1155 pointsBadges:
  • What’s being hidden from me?

    I'm either crazy or I'm on to some sneaky stuff going on. My spouse pretends to not know what an IP address is but has SQL injector and ridiculous levels of encryption and cloud accounts and files I cant get into. There's more to it but idk how safe it is for me to say and I'm not trying to cause...

    Nomanonn5 pointsBadges:

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