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Encore: Medical Cannabis Patient Privacy and Data Security

1/1/2019
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Most people assume that their data is safe in cannabis stores & medical cannabis dispensaries.

Duration:00:57:35

Encore: Are Encryption Backdoors Really Necessary for National Security?

12/25/2018
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There are continued efforts by US and worldwide governments and law enforcement to compel tech providers to create backdoors into encryption technologies to allow access to the data if they think they need it.

Duration:00:56:16

Is Anonymization Possible with Current Technologies?

12/11/2018
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What is possible with regard to de-identification and anonymization? Will anonymization be sufficient only for today? Or, will it keep the data anonymized for decades to come? possibly beyond?

Duration:00:56:33

FTC Influences on Privacy Sanctions and Regulations

12/4/2018
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is considered by many organizations to be the preeminent arbiter of privacy in the US. How did the FTC develop this authority over the years? What have been some of the most privacy-impacting cases?

Duration:00:58:21

IOT Security, Privacy and Safety

11/27/2018
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At least one Internet of Things (IoT), or “smart”, device, is already used by each person within the large majority of the population.

Duration:00:56:33

GDPR: Using Legitimate Interests as a Lawful Basis for Processing

11/20/2018
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• What are considered to be legitimate interests as a basis for legal processing under GDPR? Context is a vital consideration.

Duration:00:55:42

Government Hacking and Surveillance: Activities, Tools and Laws

11/13/2018
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As encryption and other privacy-enhancing tech is increasingly used, government agencies are seeking new ways to access communications & other data that is also being increasingly generated by new computing devices, apps and websites.

Duration:00:54:25

New Toolkit to Mitigate Teacher and Student Privacy Risks

11/6/2018
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Education environments have inherent privacy risks. Schools are in open environments, with students, teachers, parents, guests, sales vendors, & folks from other schools, going through the facilities every day.

Duration:00:57:29

Information Security and Privacy Questions from Listeners

10/30/2018
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For this final October episode of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Rebecca Herold answers questions from listeners and Privacy Professor Tips readers.

Duration:00:57:05

Security Views from an Elections Official and Voting Security Expert

10/23/2018
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Almost every day there are more reports of voting security problems. Voter registration data being sold on the dark web for $12,500 for certain states. Ballot case security being defeated and not leaving any trails to track the hackers.

Duration:00:54:57

Answering Questions from Listeners for Cyber Security Awareness

10/16/2018
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I’ve accumulated dozens of data security, cyber security and privacy questions from listeners and Tips readers that I’ve not yet had time to answer.

Duration:00:56:20

Pen Tests and Vulnerability Scans: Advice, Experience and Case Studies

10/9/2018
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The terms “vulnerability scanning,” “vulnerability assessments” & “penetration testing” are often used interchangeably. But they are not the same!

Duration:00:56:56

Turning A Blind Eye Does Not Fix Voting Security Vulnerabilities

10/2/2018
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The sheer number of different voting & elections systems and applications used in USA elections is staggeringly large and diverse; as they are in other countries.

Duration:00:56:42

Cyber Terrorism Defense at Home and While Traveling

9/18/2018
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There are growing numbers of cyber-attacks being launched by terrorists throughout the world against critical infrastructure networks not only within governments, but also within the healthcare, financial, utilities, and transportation industries, just to name a few.

Duration:00:56:50

Voting Systems Security and Risk Limiting Audits

9/11/2018
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US intelligence agencies confirm that during the run-up to the 2016 elections Russian hackers attacked DNC & RNC election & related servers. Digital attacks on voter registration servers occurred in all states & in a few isolated cases hackers got into voter records servers.

Duration:00:57:22

The Philippines BPO Industry Goal to be World Leader in Privacy

9/4/2018
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There are many security & privacy issues related to business process outsourcing (BPO) in general, and to contact centers in particular. The Data Privacy Asia conference (www.DataPrivacyAsia.com) in Manila, Philippines, Sept 19 & 20 will provide advice for how to effectively address those issues.

Duration:00:55:33

Advice for CyberSecurity and Privacy Threats, Challenges and Careers

8/28/2018
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Are you interested in expanding your career in the infosec & privacy fields, or want to get started in professions in these areas, or start a new career after leaving another industry?

Duration:00:56:32

Unifying GDPR With US Laws Compliance

8/21/2018
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Organizations are struggling to meet compliance with GDPR, USA regulations & laws & all the other worldwide data protection legal requirements.

Duration:00:56:50

Fighting International Cybercrime and Cyber Security Threats

8/14/2018
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Cybercrime throughout the world is increasing. As technologies evolve while legacy systems & applications continue to be used, & long-time physical & operational information threats & vulnerabilities still exist, the pathways to & through information systems & devices increase astronomically.

Duration:00:56:49

Physical Fails for Information Security and Privacy

8/7/2018
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This episode covers a problem as bad today as it was decades ago and in many ways worse.

Duration:00:57:50