8 edition of Securing Privacy in the Internet Age found in the catalog.
June 13, 2008
by Stanford Law Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Anupam Chander (Editor), Lauren Gelman (Editor), Margaret Jane Radin (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||424|
Information Technology Security Handbook v T he Preparation of this book was fully funded by a grant from the infoDev Program of the World Bank Group. The topic of Information Technology (IT) security has been growing in importance in the last few years, and well recognized by infoDev Technical Advisory Panel. The answer will be making sure privacy and access are part of the equation at product inception and that policy and legislation account for privacy and access in the new Internet-driven world.
Page 1 Growing Vulnerability in the Information Age. Chapter 1 frames a fundamental problem facing the United States today—the need to protect against the growing vulnerability of information to unauthorized access and/or change as the nation makes the transition from an industrial age to an information age. As an important part of the Women in Science and Engineering book series, the work highlights the contribution of women leaders in TIPPSS for IoT, inspiring women and men, girls and boys to enter and apply themselves to secure our future in an increasingly connected world.
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Yet, despite the fact that lost laptops and insecure computer Author: Anupam Chander. The Right to leave and to return: papers and recommendations of the international colloquium held in Uppsala, Sweden, June / [co-sponsored by] the Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights, the International Institute of Human Rights, Uppsala University, Faculty of Law ; edited by Karel Vasak and Sidney Liskofsky, with the assistance of.
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