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Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

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July 17th 2018: Are Encryption Backdoors Really Necessary for National Security?

There are continued efforts by US and worldwide governments and law enforcement to compel tech providers to create backdoors into encryption technologies to allow access to the data if they think they need it. We all want terrorists and criminals caught. But is putting backdoor access to encrypted data files actually the only way to solve cases where encrypted data is involved? Are there other methods available to get intelligence information beyond just the encrypted data, and are other methods available to obtain access to encrypted data instead of putting backdoors into the technology? Woul

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Dr. Eugene Spafford

Dr. Eugene Spafford is a leader in information security research & policy & one of the most senior people in academia in information security with over 30 years experience. Dr. Spafford is consultant to national agencies & leaders, major corporations & professional organizations.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2733/data-security-and-privacy-with-the-privacy-professor 05/06/2020 03:00 05/06/2020 04:00 Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2733/data-security-and-privacy-with-the-privacy-professor There are continued efforts by US and worldwide governments and law enforcement to compel tech providers to create backdoors into encryption technologies to allow access to the data if they think they need it. We all want terrorists and criminals caught. But is putting backdoor access to encrypted data files actually the only way to solve cases where encrypted data is involved? Are there other methods available to get intelligence information beyond just the encrypted data, and are other methods available to obtain access to encrypted data instead of putting backdoors into the technology? Would such requirements even be effective with so many encryption technologies available from other countries? Or, should law enforcement investigations always be put before privacy risks? What are some important issues that should be considered for putting backdoors into encryption technologies? Tune in to hear this discussion with a world renowned senior cybersecurity leader and expert!For more details after listening see USACM’s statement on extraordinary law enforcement access at: https://www.acm.org/binaries/content/assets/public-policy/usacm/2018-usacm-statement-law-enforcement-access.pdf. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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