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Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor

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October 05th 2019: White hat hacking & security break-in testing & ethics

A recent incident occurred in central Iowa where security vendor, Coalfire, employees were arrested for breaking/entering and robbery of a county government building. After the arrest it was determined this was part of a contract the vendor had with a Federal agency in a neighboring county. This incident brought a wide range of online discussions about white hat hacking, facility break-in tests, and associated responsibilities and related ethical considerations. • What are some lessons from the Coalfire security vendor arrests? • What are some recommendations for contracting an outside ent

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Dr. Mich Kabay, PhD, CISSP, began programming in 1965, completed his PhD in 1976, then taught statistics & programming for the Canadian International Development Agency.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2733/data-security-and-privacy-with-the-privacy-professor 10/07/2020 03:00 10/07/2020 04:00 Data Security and Privacy with the Privacy Professor https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2733/data-security-and-privacy-with-the-privacy-professor A recent incident occurred in central Iowa where security vendor, Coalfire, employees were arrested for breaking/entering and robbery of a county government building. After the arrest it was determined this was part of a contract the vendor had with a Federal agency in a neighboring county. This incident brought a wide range of online discussions about white hat hacking, facility break-in tests, and associated responsibilities and related ethical considerations. • What are some lessons from the Coalfire security vendor arrests? • What are some recommendations for contracting an outside entity to perform hacking and/or break-in activities? • What activities need to be confirmed for such activities? • What should related contracts contain for such activities? Tune in to hear Rebecca discuss these topics and more with Dr. Mich Kabay. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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