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Modern Mass Surveillance: Identify, Correlate, Discriminate
"There is a huge ­-- and almost entirely unregulated ­-- data broker industry in the United States that trades on our information. This is how large Internet companies like Google and Facebook make their money. It's not just that they know who we are, it's that they correlate what they know about us to create profiles about who we are and what our interests are. This is why many companies buy license plate data from states. It's also why companies like Google are buying health records, and part of the reason Google bought the company Fitbit, along with all of its data."
cameras  essays  face  recognition  identification  law  enforcement  laws  privacy  smartphones  surveillance 
8 weeks ago by jonerp
Mobile Identity Is The New Security Perimeter
"89% of security leaders believe that mobile devices will serve as your digital ID to access enterprise services and data in the near future according to a recent survey by IDG completed in conjunction with MobileIron, titled Say Goodbye to Passwords. You can download a copy of the study here. Mobile devices are increasingly becoming the IDs enterprises rely on to create and scale a mobile-centric zero trust security network throughout their organizations."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  cybersecurity  louis  columbus'  blog  mobileiron  smartphones  zero  trust  network  security 
september 2019 by jonerp

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