Security
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Does the recent Wikileaks scandal impact your impression of wikis?

MIKE20 - December 2, 2010

Between Wikileaks becoming the target of a series of cyberattacks and site founder Julian Assange getting “red listed” by Interpol, many people…

Security
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Big Data Flows vs. Wicked Leaks

JeffJonas - December 2, 2010

I was invited to deliver a short keynote about "big data" at today's OECD roundtable focused on the economics of…

Security
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What does Wikileaks mean for open data initiatives?

SDC Editor - November 30, 2010

Security
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Geospatial TTPs Contribute To Cyber Security

BobGourley - November 12, 2010

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Security
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Firesheep and social network security: What you need to know

SDC Editor - November 10, 2010

Social network security is all the talk this month, as Firefox recently launched it’s Firesheep plugin.  In a nutshell, the new plugin…

Security
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Cybersecurity legislation: Necessary governance or unnecessary control?

SDC Editor - November 6, 2010

Let’s face it–  the internet is a big, open, and sometimes scary place.  With all of it’s knowledge and  information sharing potential…

Security
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What was Google thinking?

SDC Editor - November 3, 2010

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Domain Management Concepts: Thinking Strategically About DNS

SDC Editor - September 30, 2010

DNS is an integral component of your overall website strategy.  Individuals and enterprises alike spend valuable resources creating and promoting their brands and forget about managing perhaps the most…

Security
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Your Personal Data: Wither Privacy? Take Stephen Baker’s Poll

DanielSchiller1 - September 23, 2010

Every time I encounter 'personal data' and 'privacy' in the same sentence I experience a tinge of dread. No doubt…