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July 21, 2012  8:25 PM

CFPB: Filling the regulatory void left by Sheila Bair



Posted by: David Schneier
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I was an unabashed fan of Sheila Bair and made no secret of that fact.  She was a breath of fresh air in a line of work where everything is stale and always at least a little boring.  Not that Martin Gruenberg is any less effective running the FDIC, he's just a whole lot less interesting to pay...

October 1, 2010  7:41 PM

Hidden information security threats are still threats



Posted by: David Schneier
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Growing up I was a huge fan of the sitcom "The Odd Couple."  Some of my favorite catch phrases have in some part been influenced by lines of dialogue that I memorized.  One in particular serves as the best pure definition for a phenomenon I encounter frequently enough in my audit/compliance...


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