In a recent Wired editorial, security analyst Patrick Gray opined that the Snowden/PRISM revelations have created significant tension between the federal government and private technology companies, and has resulted in new security and privacy improvements on the Internet.
Are tech giants really changing their security strategies to thwart government surveillance efforts?
Listen to Episode 95 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Lamar Bailey and Tim Erlin discuss how European Union privacy requirements indirectly benefit U.S. consumers, why government surveillance may actually be beneficial to tech giants, and why the Internet grows more secure each day.
- Security Slice: Welcome to Open Source Warfare
- Security Slice: Stepping Up Standards for Disclosures
- Security Slice: Placing Too Much Trust in TPM
- Security Slice: The Ghosts of Java’s Past
P.S. Have you met John Powers, supernatural CISO?
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