Category Archives: Security

In the Future, Only Rich People Can Afford to Keep Their Emails Secret

See on Scoop.it – Data & Informatics “If you’re seeking a service that’s super secure, all-encompassing, and easy to use, the best choice would probably be to go outside the U.S., where legal measures could make it more difficult to … Continue reading

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Data Privacy and Security – closing the stable door?

I was recently asked to do a presentation on the topic of ‘Effective Information Management’ for a local government organisation. Part of the presentation covered data security and privacy, where I emphasise the the importance of policies and procedures created … Continue reading

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ID cards and the database state

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Security Seals on London Underground

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