Posts Tagged ‘identity management’

Privacy: Are You Sure You *REALLY* Have Nothing To Hide?

Thursday, July 12th, 2007

During the past few years it has become more common to have phone records, purchase records, and other logged activities datamined and reviewed by various organizations, government agencies and law enforcement groups. One highly publicized example was when AT&T provided access to their customers’ phone records and Internet communications to the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA).


Carnegie Mellon’s Data Privacy Head Urges Development of New Privacy Technologies

Wednesday, July 11th, 2007

I enjoy reading Scientific American Magazine. And I especially am interested in reading their articles that touch upon, or directly address, information security, privacy or compliance. It is always nice to see the views of practitioners, educators, researchers and others who are not on the typical information security circuit of publications.