Data Security Podcast Episode 34 – Jan 04 2009
The Data Security Podcast is the place for 30 minutes of news every week on data security, privacy, and the law.
This weeks program: Is Google logging the keystrokes on your computer? New attack on fingerprint readers . Plus, this week’s data security news.
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This week’s show is sponsored by The Engate Hosted eMail Security System.
In the Data Security News This Week:
From a Seattle Times article: After 6 months, drivers ignoring cellphone ban
From TimesOnline: The Home Office has quietly adopted a new plan to allow police across Britain routinely to hack into people’s personal computers without a warrant.
DATA SECURITY PODCAST KUDOS: We have been very hard on government agencies, because many of them are bad a protecting data. Here is an exception to the rule; the Chief Information Security Officer for The State of Michigan, Dan Lohrman.
Tales from The Dark Web: Woman buys fingerprint spoofing tape from counterfit ID broker
Conversation: Ira talks with Robert Gelb of the AngryHacker.com Blog about desktop keylogging concerns with Google Desktop Search, and possible data hijacking concerns when using Google Docs.