- 2017, August 20, The Guardian, “Data-hucksters beware – online privacy is making a comeback“
- 2017, August 20, The Political Sword, “Are algorithms ruling your world?“
- 2017, August 19, SSRN, “Antitrust Provides a More Reasonable Regulatory Framework than Net Neutrality“
- 2017, August 19, SSRN, “Regulating a Revolution: From Regulatory Sandboxes to Smart Regulation“
- 2017, August 18, Proskauer, “A Year in Review: FTC Data Privacy Actions and its Impacts on 2017 and Beyond“
- 2017, August 18, The Washington Post, “China’s dystopian push to revolutionize surveillance“
Some Interesting Finds
ENISA – EU Agency for Network and Information Security. They have some great papers related to privacy-enhancing technology. Also some papers about cyber insurance.
SABSA Institute. Some interesting ideas about security and business governance. It doesn’t look like its taken off like other standards. They could start by creating a more engaging website!
LinkedIn actually has some pretty good courses that they inherited from Lynda. I’ve been working through the cyber security-related courses and they’re ok. Not the same experience as a Coursera or Udacity, but you can still get a reasonable overview of a topic.
I am pretty surprised how many people use their own name or a family name for their wireless SSID. It’s also surprising that people drive around recording this data!
An awesome infographic of global data breaches. Nearly all relate to a malicious hack.