Data Security Podcast Episode 18 – Sep 16 2008
The Data Security Podcast is the place for 30 minutes of news every week on data security, privacy, and the law.
This weeks program: Law enforcement using social networking sites, virtual worlds, and multi-player game data to prosecute criminals and fight money laundering. Plus, the latest security news, including reports on virtualization / VM security from IT Security World in San Francisco.
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Program Notes for Episode 18
The county recorder in Arizona has adopted a policy to prevent ID theft and protect privacy — after you’re dead. The Maricopa County Recorder no longer posts death certificates. Hats off. If only government entities would protect your privacy while you’re alive.
Authorities in New York City are urging citizens to help the cops beef up their crime surveillance efforts — by using camera phones to record crimes in progress.
Ira reports this week from IT Security World in San Francisco. Reports on virtualization / VM security, and the failures of traditional anti-virus.
Conversation: Lt. Chuck Cohen from The Indiana State Police on law enforcement using social networks, virtual worlds, and multi-user game platforms as a source of investigatory information in criminal cases.
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