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Final Lessons from the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Dealing with Data Privacy?

Final Lessons from the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Dealing with Data Privacy?

Final Lessons from the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Dealing with Data Privacy? The third and final Cyber Summit panel brought the growing privacy issue to the fore. The esteemed panelists from DC all noted Washington’s keen awareness of damage done from the NSA debacle, which

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Tales from the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Part Deux

Tales from the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Part Deux

While the policy panel discussion at last week’s Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit pointed out the many challenges of governments trying to deal with the cyber threat, the second ‘Next Generation’ panel was all about the shortage of qualified talent to deal with the problem. The good

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What I Learned at the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Part 1

What I Learned at the Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit – Part 1 I was fortunate to attend last week’s Silicon Valley Cyber Security Summit, where I spent 4 hours indulging my obsession with this subject while unfortunately increasing my level of paranoia. The panel discussions were

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Net Neutrality Comment Period Winding Down

Net Neutrality Comment Period Winding Down July 15 is the deadline for public comment on the FCC’s proposed changes to net neutrality regulations. In this 60 day period, the FCC is reporting they have received close to 675,000 comments so far – that’s a BIG number. Perhaps one

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