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White hat hacking & security break-in testing & ethics

10/5/2019
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A recent incident occurred in central Iowa where security vendor, Coalfire, employees were arrested for breaking/entering and robbery of a county government building.

Duration:00:56:10

Cybercrime Trends and Changes in Past 3 Decades

9/7/2019
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According to Cybersecurity Ventures research, sponsored by Herjavec Group, cybercrime damages will be Dollor 6 trillion By 2021, up from Dollor 3 trillion in 2015.

Duration:00:56:15

Voting Security, Malware as Art, Ransomware, Breaches plus More

5/21/2019
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This week many security and privacy topics are covered, plus news about a necessary summer break!

Duration:00:56:45

Security and Privacy Careers Opportunities, Advice and Experiences

5/14/2019
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Information security, privacy and compliance careers are of great interest, and the need for more professionals to fill openings in these areas continues to increase.

Duration:00:56:32

Cybersecurity Lessons from the Mueller Report

5/7/2019
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All 50 US states were targeted by hackers in the 2016 elections. Some claimed a few of the hacks successfully broke into voting systems.

Duration:00:56:37

Small Business Risks, Careers, Mueller Report, CPU Vulns and More!

4/30/2019
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In this episode Rebecca answers some of the questions received from show listeners and discusses some recent news items. A very wide range of topics are covered, some of which include

Duration:00:54:46

Hotel Data Security and Privacy

4/23/2019
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There are growing concerns about privacy and the security of data provided to hotels, along with increasing safety concerns.

Duration:00:58:05

China Tech, Reusing Old Devices, Accessing Patient Data and More!

4/16/2019
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In this episode Rebecca answers some questions received from show listeners and her Privacy Professor Tips readers. A wide range of topics are covered, such as:

Duration:00:55:35

GDPR: Implementing Data Subject Access and Rights

4/9/2019
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In this 6th in a series of shows on GDPR we discuss issues about how to give individuals access to their own personal data, how to provide them with portability of their personal data, and related issues.

Duration:00:46:08

Continuing the Cannabis Security and Privacy Risks Conversation

4/2/2019
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This is the third in a series of shows about personal data privacy and security risks involved with cannabis sales.

Duration:00:55:01

Fax Tech and Machines: The Achilles Heels of Cybersecurity

3/26/2019
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A California healthcare cloud services business exposed over 6 million patient files online due to lack of basic security controls, such as passwords, on their online fax server.

Duration:00:56:33

Childrens Online Cyberbullying, Privacy and Cybersecurity

3/19/2019
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Too many children go online without realizing the security and privacy risks. Most parents and teachers do not provide enough guidance to children about online security, privacy, and cyberbullying.

Duration:00:55:27

Amazing Cryptography and Codebreaker Pioneer: Elizebeth Friedman

3/12/2019
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Elizebeth Smith Friedman was an amazing cryptography expert and codebreaker who changed the course of World War II.

Duration:00:57:01

Huge Risks From SaaS Orgs With No Test Regions or Change Controls

3/5/2019
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This 2nd in a series of shows on applications and systems engineering, coding, and maintenance looks once more at a few different topics within applications change controls including

Duration:00:53:24

Is AI a Friend or Foe to Information Security and Privacy?

2/26/2019
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There are unlimited possibilities for using artificial intelligence AI, for the benefit of a few, to benefiting large populations.

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No Change Control is Like Playing with Fire in a Dynamite Factory

2/19/2019
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Increasingly more often over the past couple of decades, organizations have been eliminating software and systems change controls, often as executive decisions to save money.

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Backdoors in Cybersecurity Tools Gives Privacy Only to Outlaws

2/12/2019
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The Pretty Good Privacy PGP encryption tool became freely available in 1991, drastically improving data security. It also stirred the ire of US government folks who could not surveil on the encrypted data.

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Will Australias Encryption Law Kill Privacy in Name of Safety?

2/5/2019
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Government leaders and law enforcement are trying to force tech companies to put backdoors in encryption in the name of public safety.

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Will You Sacrifice Your Privacy When Purchasing Cannabis?

1/29/2019
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Medical cannabis is legal in 33 US states, Washington, D.C., and 4 US territories. Ten states allow legalized sale of adult use marijuana. Many more are projected to legalize in 2019.

Duration:00:58:51

GDPR, Data Privacy Day and The Need for Privacy

1/22/2019
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2018 privacy hero of the year, Tara Taubman-Bassirian, discusses the EU GDPR, the increasing need for protecting privacy in the increasingly technology-rich environment, and some activities for Data Privacy Day on January 28, 2019.

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