Category Archives: Encryption

Cover Slide for "Information Security in a Knowledge-Based Society" [2018-05-16]

Information Security in a Knowledge-Based Society [Lecture]

2018-05-16 Information Security in a Knowledge-Based Society from Frederick Lane A presentation delivered on May 16, 2018, at the United States Consulate in Guangzhou, China. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation or professional development program for your organization on this topic, please contact me for information regarding my rates and availability.

Jewish Communal Fund Hosts Forum on Privacy, Safety, and Security

Earlier this week, the Jewish Communal Fund hosted a forum at the Harmonie Club entitled “Privacy, Safety and Security in an Increasingly Vulnerable World.” For the folks in attendance, it was a sobering 90-minute overview of the myriad real-world and online threats that we face each day. The panel was moderated by Jordan Arnold, Esq.,…

Core Values: Why Apple Is Right in Refusing to Hack an iPhone for the FBI [x-post]

[This article was originally posted to the Beacon Broadside blog and is reposted with permission.] On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you’ll see why 1984 won’t be like “1984.” Those were the closing lines of Apple Computer’s groundbreaking (and screen-shattering) advertisement during the 1984 Super Bowl for its new computer, the Macintosh.…