The following appeared in the Canadian online magazine Security Matters: Location Based Services: Do you know where your data is? Do you know where your data is? By Christopher Burgess Everywhere you look, retailers and other entities are offering to collect your data using one of the many location-based services available to collate your whereabouts ...
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Today marks the beginning of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in the United States. I urge you to take a moment each day to educate yourself, your family, your colleagues on the need to be vigilant, proactive and engaged with respect to protecting your online persona and also your business. Your personal data and privacy ...
Five stars to Jakobsson & Ramzan for a most useful guide to understanding the underbelly of the internet. The strength exhibited by this book lies within the all-star lineup of contributors and the thorough dissection of the numerous forms of crimeware. Their book is a must read for anyone who has responsibility or an interest in protecting Personal Identifying Information (PII), Private Consumer Information (PCI) or Intellectual Property (IP).Tags: christopher burgess, Crime, crimeware, cyber secruity, education, Information Technology, Infosec, Intellectual Property, IP, malware, Online crime, online safety, pci, personal identifying information, pii, private consumer information, security, Security Thought Leadership, ThreatNews, Reviews
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The year 2006 was an interesting one, with my public speaking engagements limited, as I transitioned from a government executive to a corporate executive. I largely focused my presentations on the various aspects of industrial and corporate espionage, and finished the book, Secrets Stolen, Fortunes Lost. Speaking at the Anti Phishing Working Group on the ...Tags: APWG, christopher burgess, cyber secruity, Intellectual Property, Napa, Orlando, Phish, SC Magazine, Security Thought Leadership, Social Engineering, united states, USSSPresentations