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ILP - it's always someone else's fault

20 November 2007  |  3359 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Given that much of my time spent in conversations around metadata leakage being someone else's fault / responsibility, it was fascinating to watch the Chancellor's performance in the House this afternoon. That smoking gun certainly has a lot of fingerprints on it. Mind you, today's news will certainly raise the profile of Information Leak Preven...

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Credit card numbers fraud; what is the hidden cost?

12 November 2007  |  2628 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Perhaps we should not be surprised, but every time one of these stories concerning multi-million dollar organised cyber crime hits the headlines, the sheer scale of the operation is startling, even to an ex-Banker. It would seem that if credit card numbers - or indeed other personal information - gets out ‘into the wild’ then there is a certain i...

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A Fintech Opportunity in National Security

06 November 2007  |  1694 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

In July, 2003, the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) scuttled an ill-conceived terrorism futures market. While the project was a political failure, the idea underscores the...

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