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Microsoft Hopes to Win Over Consumer Privacy Advocates
Microsoft aims to assist users understand privacy issues by embedding privacy agents into its web browser

policy privacy  equally clear. An opt-in policy clearly provides more protection to surfers than an opt-out policy; just as clearly it can have the effect of scaring users for no good reason. As Microsoft itself notes, cookies offer many advantages to surfers if they are not misused. Surfers should know that they can block cookies in their browsers even now. There are also software packages that can block ads from appearing on web pages. For the truly paranoid, security engineers do have the ability to block Internet Read More

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I Know What You Did Last Week - But I'll Never Tell
Internet advertising is under attack from privacy advocates and private citizens as DoubleClick reveals that it can correlate surfing behavior with individual

policy privacy  that an opt out policy is a very weak form of protection for most consumers, who will not read the DoubleClick privacy statement. Indeed, it is safe to say that most consumers have never read any privacy statement and have no idea who DoubleClick is. The Center for Democracy and Technology launched a campaign and website to inform users about the collection of personally-identifiable data and to encourage them to opt out of the program. The potential dangers of such data collection were highlighted Read More
Ponemon Institute
Ponemon Institute conducts independent research on privacy, data protection, and information security policy with the goal of enabling organizations in both the

policy privacy  protection, and information security policy with the goal of enabling organizations in both the private and public sectors to have a clearer understanding of the trends in practices, perceptions, and potential threats that will affect the collection, management, and safeguarding of personal and confidential information about individuals and organizations. Read More
Feds Buckle Down on Customer Information Security
In an effort to improve the state of consumer privacy, Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the Office of the Comptroller of

policy privacy  clearly disclose their privacy policy regarding the disclosure of non-public personal information with strategic partners and other third parties. Financial institutions will need to disclose their privacy policy from the outset, at the time that they first initiate a relationship with a potential customer. Customers of financial institutions will need to be given the opportunity to opt-out of sharing non-public personal information with nonaffiliated third parties. Market Impact This is good news for Read More
Yet Another Crumby Cookie Story
Take a company with a simple and honest business model but without all of its privacy policies clearly stated and a second company which a gift for hyperbole

policy privacy  we how differences between policy and possibility become real vulnerabilities In other words, the gist of Interhack's report is that Coremetrics is using a technology that someone else might misuse. They might have also noted that such misuse would probably require collusion on the part of the individual websites from which the data were being collected, but didn't. Market Impact Luckily Coremetrics is not a publicly traded company. The brouhaha with DoubleClick some months ago showed that investors have Read More
Software Services: Growing Clean Tech Opportunities
This report discusses the policy and business drivers of

policy privacy  This report discusses the policy and business drivers of clean tech, and the development of the clean tech sector in terms of business models, globalization, technological diffusion, and growth. The emphasis on clean tech has increased in recent years due to international concerns about the economic impact of climate change caused by GHG (largely CO2) emissions from energy production and consumption. This report examines government policies in different economies, and focuses on clean tech Read More
4 Key Steps to Automate IT Security Compliance
An unprecedented wave of security breaches has led to the establishment of technical standards, IT governance frameworks and laws designed to improve and

policy privacy  compliance process that combines policy management with configuration scanning based on defined policies and remediation, all with granular task-based access control. In the next section a more in-depth view of the roles of the IT teams and their responsibilities will be explored. Compliance is an all-encompassing set of activities that cross business and IT groups everyone is affected in some way. The numbers show that technology is now playing an increasingly significant role in the integration of Read More
Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components
Sales and use tax compliance is serious business. To reduce your risk of facing a costly audit, you need to invest time and effort up-front by formulating a

policy privacy  implement your company's tax policy in our system to ensure that each of your legal entities has its own policy and its own taxation rules. Source : Sabrix Resources Related to Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components : Tax policy (Wikipedia) Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components Tax Policy is also known as : Best Tax Policy , Business Tax Policy , Corporate Tax Policies , Corporate Tax Policy , Current Tax Policies , Economic Tax Policy Read More
Case Study: IT Asset Security Tool Helps Healthcare Provider Track 97% of Laptops
Learn how IT asset tracking tools helped Allina Hospitals and Clinics monitor 2,700 computers on and off their network without having to invest in additional

policy privacy  Study: IT Asset Security Tool Helps Healthcare Provider Track 97% of Laptops Allina Hospitals & Clinics Manage Laptops ; Prevent Data Breaches with Computrace If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Absolute Software Corporation (TSX: ABT) is the leader in Computer Theft Recovery, Data Protection and Secure Asset Tracking&8482; solutions. Absolute Software provides individuals and organizations of all types and sizes with sol Read More
HighJump Software Guarantees Fixed Prices
In addition to offering buyers a fixed price guarantee for upgrades to its SCE software, HighJump is challenging competitors to do the same.

policy privacy  uncertainty. Its 'Change Insurance' policy guarantees an up-front fixed price for certain system upgrades that may occur within the first two years. Upgrade categories include maximizing worker productivity, facilitating collaboration with suppliers, enabling JIT and others that may be defined by the customer. To spark interest in the new insurance policy, HighJump is challenging prospective clients to compare the upgrade prices to those of its SCE competitors. As a marketing tactic, the fixed-price Read More
Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws
Following a previous TEC News Analysis on the security of financial transactions, Congress and the White House have agreed to put into place new legislation for

policy privacy  banking laws Currently, FDIC policy only encourages banks to perform information security audits. If a bank does decide to do an information security audit, the independent security auditor is hired by the bank which can create a conflict of interest. As well, today's banks are not qualified to decide which Information Technology consultants perform quality audits. Just because a consulting house is big name, and well-known, does not guarantee that they will perform an exhaustive and quality Read More
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Guidebook
Whether yours is a large multinational organization, a midsize regional company, or anything in between, you should consider implementing bring your own device

policy privacy  Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Guidebook Whether yours is a large multinational organization, a midsize regional company, or anything in between, you should consider implementing bring your own device (BYOD) policies that meet your company’s specific needs. Any decisions about your policies should be made by your executive management, IT, HR, finance, and legal teams. It is important that your decisions fit your company needs, meet your financial goals, and consider the security, legal, regulatory, tax, Read More
Building an Incident Response Team (IRT)
Every enterprise must be prepared to confront an incident that threatens the security, privacy, or general operations of the company or its customers. But how

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How Does Fortiva Meet FRCP Requirements?
Does your business have a records management policy that addresses e-mail? Well if it doesn’t, now’s the time to consider adopting one. To meet Federal Rules of

policy privacy  have a records management policy that addresses e-mail? Well if it doesn’t, now’s the time to consider adopting one. To meet Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) requirements, businesses must create and enforce a clear corporate messaging policy. With Fortiva’s on-demand archiving solution, your legal team can easily develop e-mail policies—making compliance with legal discovery demands much easier. Read More
Identity-based Policy Enforcement: A LAN Security Best Practices Whitepaper
Disappearing network perimeters highlight the need for identity-based security. Open networks, mobile systems, and unmanaged endpoints have become overwhelming

policy privacy  based Policy Enforcement: A LAN Security Best Practices Whitepaper Disappearing network perimeters highlight the need for identity-based security. Open networks, mobile systems, and unmanaged endpoints have become overwhelming obstacles—and cash drains. However, enforced identity-based policies within identity-blind systems have proven futile. Is there a solution? Yes. Make your policy enforcement layer identity-aware—build user identity knowledge directly into your network fabric. Read More

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