Webinar Week: Government Data Collecting, Sharing, and Protection

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Edward Snowden has become a household name through his whistleblowing, but looking beyond the game of ‘Where’s Snowden’ that the world’s media seem to be playing, are questions about the UK and US government’s acquisition of data, and the reasons for the collection of data.

This webinar will look at the ways that governments are sharing data and what measures – or lack of – are in place to protect this information. It will also take into the account the motivations or considerations of the companies who are holding the data that governments are requesting – ISPs, telecoms, search engines and e-commerce sites. This webinar will also take a look at the technology and protocols that should be in place to ensure that the data government is collecting – rightly or wrongly – is protected and secured.


Drew Amorosi

Drew Amorosi Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

James Harris

Senior Specialist for Cybersecurity, Obsidian Anal

    Javvad Malik

    Senior Analyst, Enterprise Security Practice, 451 Research

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