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In Dissent’s weekly roundup of breaches, there were six breaches reported for the UK, versus nine in the US. It seems that the duty of care approach is really taking off. Newly reported incidents in the U.K. and Ireland: In Ireland, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has lost the personal details of 6,000 people.…

Read More Six breach reports in the UK: the floodgates are open

There’s an article in the Washington Post, “In the Course of Human Events, Still Unpublished.” It’s about how the papers of the founding fathers of the United States are still not available except in physical form, and the scholarly practice that keeps them there. Many of the founding fathers’ letters have been transcribed and made…

Read More The Words of our (Founding) Fathers

According to Dark Reading, “Study: Breaches of Personal Data Now Prevalent in Enterprises:” According to a study released yesterday by the Ponemon Institute and Deloitte & Touche, 85 percent of the security or privacy executive surveyed — some 800 individuals — claimed at least one reportable security incident in the past 12 months. Sixty-three percent…

Read More Deloitte & Touche, Ponemon Study on Breaches

‘Good Times Bad Times’ ‘Ramble On’ ‘Black Dog’ ‘In My Time Of Dying’ (full version) ‘For Your Life’ ‘Trampled Under Foot’ ‘Nobody’s Fault But Mine’ ‘No Quarter’ ‘Since I’ve Been Loving You’ ‘Dazed And Confused’ ‘Stairway To Heaven’ ‘The Song Remains The Same’ ‘Misty Mountain Hop’ ‘Kashmir’ ‘Whole Lotta Love’ ‘Rock And Roll’ Playlist via:…

Read More So when's the Chicago gig, gents?