• Don’t let untrustworthy workers hinder big data privacy – CSA top 10 big data security, privacy challenges and how to solve them

    Challenge: In a distributed programming framework, such as MapReduce, separate yet parallel compute and storage functions process immense volumes of big data. Identifying malicious mappers -- and protecting the data untrusted mappers may be privy to -- is one of the top challenges of big data and...

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:
  • Avoiding privacy disclosures: Keep big data from prying eyes – CSA top 10 big data security, privacy challenges and how to solve them

    Challenge: While the information gleaned from big data can do wonders for many organizations, it is quite harmful if it ends up in the hands of malicious hackers. Preventing privacy disclosures, both accidental and intentional, is critical; these breaches happen more often than one would care to...

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:
  • How do I judge the appropriateness of software in the workplace?

    Considering privacy, what kind of software programs do you think are appropriate in the workplace? Should instant messengers be allowed for employees? How much control should an employer have over employees?

    SearchWinIT2,435 pointsBadges:
  • Battening down the Windows: Microsoft says service packs do not violate privacy laws

    Are Microsoft's service packs getting companies in trouble with Uncle Sam? IT admins at some health care companies say the legalese that comes with the packs puts them at odds with federal privacy laws. Microsoft's response: absolutely not -- keep on patching.

    Margie Semilof4,240 pointsBadges:
  • Got a complete privacy policy? Think again.

    Corporate privacy policies need to cover a variety of avenues in today's Internet Age. However, the government does not detail privacy in one succinct law. Instead, it is spread about in the Bill of Rights and other statutes. So, searchWindowsManageability asked an attorney who specializes in...

    ITKE343,740 pointsBadges:
  • Putting privacy on the developers’ front burner

    Microsoft's privacy guidelines for developing software, Web sites and services are looking to advance the discussion of best practices for programmers.

    SearchSOA.com4,665 pointsBadges:
  • Privacy and big data issues demand attention from IT, business execs

    A series of stories on big data privacy examined current laws and the ethics of data collection. In this podcast, TechTarget editors look deeper.

    EdBurns610 pointsBadges:
  • Will privacy issues in the U.S. cloud services market topple Amazon?

    Even though U.S. providers reign in the cloud market, PRISM gives international customers a reason to be wary. Can Amazon maintain trust globally?

    SearchCloudComputing1,265 pointsBadges:
  • Is a privacy seal useful for an ecommerce Web site?

    Can a privacy seal protect your ecommerce Web site, or is it just a useful marketing tool? In this expert Q&A, identity management and access control expert Joel Dubin explains how well privacy seals actually protect a site's customer data.

    searchsecurity20,745 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft’s Charney warns of big data privacy, security challenges

    RSA 2012: In addition to lauding a decade of Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft's security chief says big data privacy and security must be addressed.

    Eric Parizo2,555 pointsBadges:

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