Blockchain and Privacy: the New Frontier

It's hard to enter a technical conference these days without at least one party bringing up the advancements of blockchain. With support from big-name players including IBM, J.P. Morgan Chase and Microsoft, and the foundation behind the advancement of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, researchers now argue blockchain may be the ultimate disruptive technology. Certainly if […]

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Five Security Lessons from Game of Thrones

The days keep spinning hot and cold in the world of Westeros. The seventh season’s final has come and gone for Game of Thrones fans, who now find themselves in for another, even longer wait until the series’ return. An HBO adaptation of George R. Martin’s popular novel series, A song of Ice and Fire, […]

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Privacy and Politics: Government Use of Your Information

It has been a hot summer for 2017 so far, and I’m not talking weather. On June 28th, privacy specialists and political commenters were shocked to discover Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and vice chair of the new Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requested each of the 50 American States of the U.S. […]

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