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The Information Governance Conference Announces 2018 Keynote Speaker

Drones and related technologies continue to tangle up courtrooms - with implications on downstream information, autonomous vehicles, manufacturing, healthcare, and so much more. That's why we're...

A Review: Infonomics

Infonomics, by Douglas B. Laney at Gartner, Inc. is a book on how to monetize, manager, and measure information as an asset for competitive...

Preparing your RIM program for the 2020’s

unsplash-logoSamuel Zeller By Andrew Ysasi, FIP, CIPM, CIPP, CISM, PMP, CRM, IGP July 18, 2018 Records and Information Management (RIM) has seemingly been pushed aside for loftier...

Federal Legislation Could Open New Doors for State, Local Bug Programs

State and local agencies have yet to fully embrace bug bounty programs, but a bill introduced last month may provide an introduction to bug bounty programs.

Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras

By Paul Mozur July 8, 2018 ZHENGZHOU, China — In the Chinese city of Zhengzhou, a police officer wearing facial recognition glasses spotted a heroin smuggler at...

German police raid cyber-privacy groups

WRITTEN BY Patrick Howell O'Neill JUL 5, 2018 | CYBERSCOOP A suite of internet privacy-enabling tools is at the center of a storm brewing in Germany over...

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