DTNS 3204 – Rapport-Based Security Solutions

Can law enforcement meet the demands of cyber-security without roughshod over the privacy concerns of citizens and weakening encryption? Plus Apple announced the arrival of HomePod, DuckDuckGo extension protects users against ad bots and tracking, and Google releases its Files Go app.

Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Patrick Beja, Roger Chang and Myke Cole.


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3 thoughts on “DTNS 3204 – Rapport-Based Security Solutions”

  1. Informative show. I liked Myke’s point. The catch with cyber policing is of course that the public has no idea what data Law Enforcement is and is not collecting.

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