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  • UK PM Cameron demonizes encryption, US report says it's vital


    When British Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Tuesday his plan to introduce new surveillance powers in the UK by forcing businesses to plant backdoors in their communication products, and ban applications that use end-to-end encryption, security experts we asked for an opinion have unanimously declared that weakening users' security posture is not the right answer to the problem of fighting criminals and terrorists.

  • Pirate activist shows politicians what digital surveillance looks like


    How to make politicians really understand the dangers of mass digital surveillance and the importance of information security? Gustav Nipe, the 26-year old president of the Swedish Pirate Party's youth wing, tried to do it by setting up an open Wi-Fi network at the Society and Defence National Conference held in Sälen, Sweden, late last and earlier this week, and collecting and analyzing the metadata of conference attendees who connected to it.

  • Protecting personal data in the consumer product industry


    Eight in 10 consumers (80 percent) say they are more likely to buy from consumer products (CP) companies that they believe protect their personal information, yet only 37 percent believe that these companies are adequately doing so, according to a new Deloitte study.

  • WhiteHat Aviator browser is not secure, says Google developer


    Late last week WhiteHat Security open sourced Aviator, its Chromium-based browser that has been marketed as "the most secure browser online." The browser offers anonymity and security by default: no hidden tracking by advertizers, blocks advertisements by default (thus preventing malvertising attacks), default private browsing mode, and so on.

  • Morgan Stanley fires insider who leaked client data on Pastebin


    Global financial services firm Morgan Stanley has announced on Monday that it has fired an employee of its Wealth Management Group following the theft of "partial client data." According to Yahoo Finance, he stole information of some 350,000 wealth management clients.


Infosec management strategies and the modern CTO

Posted on 21 January 2015.  |  Brandon Hoffman, Lumeta's CTO, talks about the management strategies that are essential in the information security industry. He also offers advice to those stepping into the CTO role for the first time, and talks about the evolution of network situational awareness.

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