Conversations At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society
MK Palmore | Eva Casey-Velasquez
Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli
Identity theft, misuse of personal information, and criminal intrusion — it is complicated and so are the consequences.
Here are a few teasers to get you inspired to listen up.
In the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there is a clear distinction in the way that they refer to privacy and cybersecurity:
Privacy relates to the misuse of personal information that was legitimately given but then used not for the intended purpose or by the party it was originally given to.
Cybersecurity refers to a criminal intrusion, and therefore the theft of information, by an unauthorized party that stole information from a source.
This may very well make sense from a legal and criminal investigation standpoint, but we must agree that privacy and identity are more often than not part of the same big cybersecurity picture, and that consumers certainly feel this way.
More reasons below…
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