February 2010

[Security, at what cost? | Online reputation in a connected world | Online behavioral advertising "icon" study | How unique - and trackable - is your browser? | Privacy and the use of geospatial information | Cyberwar | Security threat report: 2010 | How online card security fails | Most consumers reuse banking passwords on other sites | De-anonimyzing social network users | Making privacy policies not suck | Social media and young adults | 17 golden rules for mobile social networks | Online copyright enforcement and data protection | Ensuring consent and revocation | Chip and PIN is broken | 2010 UK security breach investigations report | 2010 CWE/SANS Top 25 most dangerous programming errors | Botnets blamed for junk mail and malicious spam | The promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism | Behavioural biometrics]

Cybercrime vooral door eigen medewerkers

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ACTA, bewaarplicht internetgegevens, etcetera

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Officier van Justitie vordert internetverkeer CulemborgseCourant.nl

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Meldplicht datalekken

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Social media update 2010

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Ontwikkeling website: kies per fase je onderzoek

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