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November 29, 2010  6:05 PM

New alliance for social networking tools complicates protecting data



Posted by: Fohlhorst
Bing, CIO, compliance, data privacy, Facebook

One of the biggest challenges facing compliance officers is ignorance. Ignorance in the form of end users not familiar with the all the requirements of protecting data as demanded by compliance regulations.

A real culprit in such scenarios is email, in which users accidentally email...

October 8, 2009  9:18 PM

OpenID pilot project for identity management starting up at NIH



Posted by: GuyPardon
AOL, authentication, Facebook, Google, Identity management, MySpace, National Institute of Health, NIH, OpenID, OpenID Foundation, privacy, United States, Yahoo

As I reported last month, the U.S. federal government will try using OpenID as a federated identity framework...

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September 11, 2009  1:54 PM

Messina and Recordon explain OpenID authentication and .gov websites



Posted by: GuyPardon
#g2s, #gov20, Chris Messina, CIO, David Recordon, Facebook, Open source, OpenID, OpenID Foundation, Vivek Kundra

This week, U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra announced a pilot program that will allow people to log in to government websites using

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August 18, 2009  4:53 PM

3 social media questions for compliance officers to consider



Posted by: GuyPardon
compliance, Facebook, LinkedIn, Online Communities, privacy, social media, Social network, Twitter

My recently published series on online privacy and social media compliance is resulting in some feedback from our audience, as you might imagine. Scott Crawford, managing research director for...


June 25, 2009  6:51 PM

Add Twitter security to the top information security threats



Posted by: GuyPardon
Facebook, identity theft, Information security, LinkedIn, malware, RSA Conference, Social Enterprise, Social network, Twitter

Last week’s 140 Characters Conference presented dozens of examples of how people are using Twitter creatively, effectively and disruptively. What didn’t get as much attention...


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