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Data Security Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: As it turns out, American-made technology had helped Mubarak and his security state collect, compile, As it turns out, American-made technology had helped Mubarak and his security state collect, compile, and parse vast amounts of data about everyday citizens. — Rebecca MacKinnon
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Data Security Sayings By Guy Kawasaki: Many Android users aren't aware of some the things that Android can already do such Many Android users aren't aware of some the things that Android can already do such as supporting the enforcement of companywide security policies, encrypting phone data and providing e-mail and calendar widgets that update in real-time. Our job is to help people and businesses discover and use these features. — Guy Kawasaki
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Data Security Sayings By Susan Davis: It ends a 40-year ban on exporting U.S. oil. It's changed - it's included in It ends a 40-year ban on exporting U.S. oil. It's changed - it's included in its cyber-security legislation - that says to private companies, hey, if you share with us your data on your cyber-attacks, your potential cyber-attacks, we'll give you liability protection. And they authorized a health care program for 9/11 responders for 75 years to cover the length of their lifespans. — Susan Davis
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Data Security Sayings By Scott McNealy: We believe we're moving out of the Ice Age, the Iron Age, the Industrial Age, We believe we're moving out of the Ice Age, the Iron Age, the Industrial Age, the Information Age, to the participation age. You get on the Net and you do stuff. You IM (instant message), you blog, you take pictures, you publish, you podcast, you transact, you distance learn, you telemedicine. You are participating on the Internet, not just viewing stuff. We build the infrastructure that goes in the data center that facilitates the participation age. We build that big friggin' Webtone switch. It has security, directory, identity, privacy, storage, compute, the whole Web services stack. — Scott McNealy
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Data Security Sayings By Theresa May: David Cameron has already said, and I have said, that a Conservative government would be David Cameron has already said, and I have said, that a Conservative government would be giving the security agencies and law enforcement agencies the powers that they need to ensure that they are keeping up to date as people communicate with data. — Theresa May
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Data Security Sayings By Grace Napolitano: Our political leaders must be honest and forthcoming with data that will allow citizens to Our political leaders must be honest and forthcoming with data that will allow citizens to use facts and figures to judge for themselves what state Social Security is in. — Grace Napolitano
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Data Security Sayings By Luke Harding: Snowden was extremely good at digital self-defense. When he was employed by the C.I.A. and Snowden was extremely good at digital self-defense. When he was employed by the C.I.A. and N.S.A., one of his jobs was to teach U.S. national security officials and C.I.A. employees how to protect their data in high-threat digital environments. — Luke Harding
Data Security Sayings By Mark Levin: That's not how national security works ... I don't care what the Supreme Court said That's not how national security works ... I don't care what the Supreme Court said 30 years ago or what some judge said 15 minutes ago. This is America, and our government is collecting way too damn much data on we the private citizens! — Mark Levin
Data Security Sayings By Martin Winterkorn: I clearly say yes to Big Data, yes to greater security and convenience, but no I clearly say yes to Big Data, yes to greater security and convenience, but no to paternalism and Big Brother.' — Martin Winterkorn
Data Security Sayings By Don Tapscott: Online, we still can't reliably establish one another's identities or trust one another to transact Online, we still can't reliably establish one another's identities or trust one another to transact and exchange money without validation from a third party like a bank or a government. These same intermediaries collect our data and invade our privacy for commercial gain and national security. Even with — Don Tapscott
Data Security Sayings By Church Committee: We have seen segments of our Government, in their attitudes and action, adopt tactics unworthy We have seen segments of our Government, in their attitudes and action, adopt tactics unworthy of a democracy, and occasionally reminiscent of totalitarian regimes. We have seen a consistent pattern in which programs initiated with limited goals, such as preventing criminal violence or identifying foreign spies, were expanded to what witnesses characterized as "vacuum cleaners", sweeping in information about lawful activities of American citizens. The tendency of intelligence activities to expand beyond their initial scope is a theme which runs through every aspect of our investigative findings. Intelligence collection programs naturally generate ever-increasing demands for new data. And once intelligence has been collected, there are strong pressures to use it against the target. — Church Committee
Data Security Sayings By Sophia Cope: ... taking some precautions may attract unwanted attention and scrutiny, even if the precautions otherwise ... taking some precautions may attract unwanted attention and scrutiny, even if the precautions otherwise succeed in protecting your information. For example, if detected by a border agent, the fact that you wiped your hard drive may prompt the agent to ask why you did so. Even traveling without devices or data that most travelers typically have could attract suspicion and questions. — Sophia Cope
Data Security Sayings By Melissa Bean: Even the best data security systems can't protect private taxpayer information from entrepreneurial foreign businesses Even the best data security systems can't protect private taxpayer information from entrepreneurial foreign businesses than can make huge profits selling U.S. taxpayer information. — Melissa Bean
Data Security Sayings By Edward S. Herman: There is ... a huge tacit conspiracy between the U.S. government, its agencies and its There is ... a huge tacit conspiracy between the U.S. government, its agencies and its multinational corporations, on the one hand, and local business and military cliques in the Third World, on the other, to assume complete control of these countries and "develop" them on a joint venture basis. The military leaders of the Third World were carefully nurtured by the U.S. security establishment to serve as the "enforcers" of this joint venture partnership, and they have been duly supplied with machine guns and the latest data on methods of interrogation of subversives. — Edward S. Herman
Data Security Sayings By William Davis: The main thing is that people see constant reports of break-ins on, on record systems The main thing is that people see constant reports of break-ins on, on record systems and stolen financial data and social security records and so they'd think about you know what's going to prevent that happening with my medical records. And interestingly enough, patients are less worried about that than their doctors are. — William Davis
Data Security Sayings By Gary A. Ballard: Proximity to the device tempted him, a muted siren's call to undress, open the coffin-like Proximity to the device tempted him, a muted siren's call to undress, open the coffin-like lid and climb into the lukewarm saline solution, to plug his interface jack in, sheathe his genitals in the waste catch and sink down into the glorious rush of jacking in. He missed the freefall adrenaline of consciousness translated into pure data, of his body rendered in liquid mercury, shifting and changing with his every thought. He missed the thrill of cracking databank security, of running from anti-intrusion software and other hackers. — Gary A. Ballard
Data Security Sayings By Sandy Carter: Security is a big concern on the social web. People are going to try to Security is a big concern on the social web. People are going to try to destroy social media just like they are trying to breach data in other areas. — Sandy Carter
Data Security Sayings By Eli Pariser: 1973 Fair Information Practices:- You should know who has your personal data, what data they 1973 Fair Information Practices:
- You should know who has your personal data, what data they have, and how it is used.
- You should be able to prevent information collected about you for one purpose from being used for others.
- You should be able to correct inaccurate information about you.
- Your data should be secure.
..while it's illegal to use Brad Pitt's image to sell a watch without his permission, Facebook is free to use your name to sell one to your friends. — Eli Pariser
Data Security Sayings By David Baldacci: There's a phrase that critics of economic forecasting like to use: Give an economist a There's a phrase that critics of economic forecasting like to use: Give an economist a result you want, and he'll find the numbers to justify it. This entire city is filled with number crunchers who look at the exact same data and interpret it in widely disparate ways on everything from the federal budget deficit to the Social Security surplus." "Meaning that data can be manipulated." "Of course it can, depending on who's paying the meter and whose political agenda is being furthered, — David Baldacci
Data Security Sayings By Susan Orlean: You could go crazy thinking of how unprivate our lives really are - the omnipresent You could go crazy thinking of how unprivate our lives really are - the omnipresent security cameras, the tracking data on our very smart phones, the porous state of our Internet selves, the trail of electronic crumbs we leave every day. — Susan Orlean
Data Security Sayings By Bruce Schneier: Computer security can simply be protecting your equipment and files from disgruntled employees, spies, and Computer security can simply be protecting your equipment and files from disgruntled employees, spies, and anything that goes bump in the night, but there is much more. Computer security helps ensure that your computers, networks, and peripherals work as expected all the time, and that your data is safe in the event of hard disk crash or a power failure resulting from an electrical storm. Computer security also makes sure no damage is done to your data and that no one is able to read it unless you want them to — Bruce Schneier
Data Security Sayings By Bernard Kelvin Clive: In a digitally connected world a byte of data can boost or bite your brand In a digitally connected world a byte of data can boost or bite your brand — Bernard Kelvin Clive
Data Security Sayings By Barack Obama: US intelligence agencies will only use such data to meet specific security requirements: counterintelligence, counterterrorism, US intelligence agencies will only use such data to meet specific security requirements: counterintelligence, counterterrorism, counterproliferation, cybersecurity, force protection for our troops and allies, and combating transnational crime, including sanctions evasion. — Barack Obama
Data Security Sayings By David Chiles: It's proper Netiquette to protect data with passwords. It's proper Netiquette to protect data with passwords. — David Chiles
Data Security Sayings By Arjun Makhijani: Nuclear weapons production and testing has involved extensive health and environmental damage ... One of Nuclear weapons production and testing has involved extensive health and environmental damage ... One of the most remarkable features of this damage has been the readiness of governments to harm the very people that they claimed they were protecting by building these weapons for national security reasons. In general, this harm was inflicted on people in disregard of democratic norms. Secrecy, fabrication of data, cover-ups in the face of attempted public inquiry, and even human experiments without informed consent have all occurred in nuclear weapons production and testing programs. — Arjun Makhijani
Data Security Sayings By Marc Goodman: For example, in 2012 researchers at Kaspersky Lab in Moscow uncovered a highly complex piece For example, in 2012 researchers at Kaspersky Lab in Moscow uncovered a highly complex piece of malware known as Flame that had been pilfering data from information systems around the world for more than five years before it was detected. Mikko Hypponen, the well-respected chief research officer at the computer security firm F-Secure, called Flame a failure for the antivirus industry and noted he and his colleagues may be "out of their leagues in their own game." Though millions around the world rely on these tools, it's pretty clear the antivirus era is over. — Marc Goodman
Data Security Sayings By Melissa Bean: Social security, bank account, and credit card numbers aren't just data. In the wrong hands Social security, bank account, and credit card numbers aren't just data. In the wrong hands they can wipe out someone's life savings, wreck their credit and cause financial ruin. — Melissa Bean
Data Security Sayings By Harold H. Greene: If members of the security apparatus could, with impunity, keep from those elected by the If members of the security apparatus could, with impunity, keep from those elected by the people that which they're entitled to know - or worse, feed false information - those who could control the classified data could be the real decision makers. — Harold H. Greene
Data Security Sayings By Barton Gellman: One common puzzle for the security-minded is how to work with confidential data on the One common puzzle for the security-minded is how to work with confidential data on the road. Sometimes you can't bring your laptop, or don't want to. But working on somebody else's machine exposes you to malware and leaves behind all kinds of electronic trails. — Barton Gellman
Data Security Sayings By Chris Shipley: System uptime, data protection, and identity theft are weighty issues. It takes real ingenuity to System uptime, data protection, and identity theft are weighty issues. It takes real ingenuity to out-think the fraudsters who are trying to steal identities and hack into enterprise systems. The 12 smart companies that debuted security solutions today at DEMO have designed serious, and seriously clever, innovations. — Chris Shipley