Vol. 51 Nbr. 2, March 2017
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- Learning which risks to take and how to minimize the rest.
- Consumers don't trust healthcare IT security, benefits.
- White House use of encrypted messaging may violate law.
- Australian court recognizes value of predictive coding for e-discovery.
- NYC Commission wants to collect details on Uber, lyft trips.
- Parliament Committee assails UK's cybersecurity defenses.
- Views clash on whether social media entries are records.
- China pledges to safeguard info 'using all means'.
- Lawmakers unveil cyber recommendations for Trump administration.
- Privacy v. revenues: EU proposes limiting web tracking for ads.
- Report finds that ransom is top motivation for cyber attacks.
- Indiana universities allowed to delete public records.
- OSHA reiterates: employers must maintain accurate injury, illness records.
- FRCP amendments dominated 2016 federal e-discovery cases.
- German consumer group sues WhatsApp over data policy.
- Federal agencies can't compete for top cybersecurity analysts, says FBI.
- Future looks bright for 'data scientists' as organizations seek ways to leverage big data.
- NY setting precedent for cyber regulations in financial industry.
- RIM can help organizations seize GDRP opportunities.
- Internet Titans will team to detect terrorist content.
- SEC's data breach probe of Yahoo could set precedent.
- The next frontier for RIM Pros.