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    For the past year or so, I've noticed that people are getting increasingly concerned about how protected their information is - not just from hackers, but from governments and large Internet companies as well. Individual users and organizations are now saying - more than ever before - that privacy and security matters. Of course, the desire for privacy and security is sometimes trumped by the desire for added convenience and features. However, one thing that will cause changes in how data is protected is government ...

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    When you work for a security company, sometimes people think you must know everything there is to know about technology. So sometimes I get asked, "Will Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies succeed?" Unfortunately, I'm an engineer, not an economist. I can't speak to how big central banks like the Federal Reserve in America, the Bundesbank here in Germany, or the Bank of England in Britain will react to it. Maybe they'll try to regulate it. Maybe they'll try to ban it. Who ...




    Whenever I hear about the Internet of Everything, I find myself somewhat conflicted. There's no doubt that it is the new "mega trend" in technology, but at the same time I wonder how secure it is. Let me explain. When a company creates a smart device, they not only need to create the hardware for the device, they also need to write the software for it. This is not a simple task, particularly for complex items. Take, for example, a modern ...




    Last month, there was a very interesting decision out of the European Court of Justice. The decision established what can be called the "right to be forgotten". People can now ask search engines like Google to remove links from search results about them. So, for example, say you are now a successful businessman. However, the first search results for your name is a slightly embarrassing incident that took place in your youth. Now, you can ask Google to "forget" about that incident so it won't ...

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    Today's technology is becoming better and better at an exponential clip. It was only a few decades ago that we had cellphones the size of bricks and Internet the speed of which is only a fraction of a single percent of today's connections. Now we carry powerful computers in our pockets as well as wear them for watches, and we can download entire libraries in less than a couple of moments. But with all benefits there are prices to pay for ...

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