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‘Ten Commandments’ of Cyber Security Can Enhance Safety Knowledge@Wharton
Our president, Timothy P. Murphy and one of our outside directors, Fran Townsend, co-authored, with a few other distinguished experts, an article for Knowledge@Wharton. The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is committed to sharing its intellectual capital through Knowledge@Wharton, the school’s online business analysis journal.
Report: Identity Technologies: Trends, Drivers, and Challenges – An Industry Discussion National Intelligence Council Report
The Digital Economy Task Force (DETF) Final Report
The Digital Economy Task Force (DETF) cosponsored by The International Centre of Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) and Thomson Reuters reviewed the emerging digital economy and provided recommendations for policy makers, financial institutions, law enforcement, and others to encourage its growth while preventing the sexual exploitation of children and other criminal activity.”Our hope is that the recommendations contained in this report can lead to a worldwide policy debate of the digital economy. We need to inform decision makers and digital pioneers in order to develop new methods and mechanisms for addressing these groundbreaking technologies. And we must create a coordinated and thoughtful approach in light of this global, technological revolution. Together we can ensure that the potential of the digital economy is not exploited by those who seek to use it for harm.” -DETFPlease click the following link to read the final report. Note: The text (but not the images) in this report is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.”
Report: The Digital Economy: Potential, Perils, and Promises Digital Economy Task Force (DETF)
LegalTech New York 2014 Presentation
Jason Thomas, Manager of Innovation for Thomson Reuters Special Services, kicked off LegalTech New York 2014 with an interesting and engaging presentation entitled “TOR, Bitcoin, and the Anonymous Web: Drugs, Bombs, and Murder-for-Hire.”Presentation Synopsis: TOR lets people communicate anonymously. Bitcoin lets them pay their way anonymously. The anonymous web (i.e. Silk Road) provides an online marketplace for drugs, stolen credit cards, child pornography, contract killings and corporate espionage. These technologies and countless others like them are testing the limits of the law and of our rights to privacy and anonymity. Through specific case studies and a live demonstration of how to access TOR hidden markets, attendees gained an awareness of the types of threats this technology poses. Moreover, attendees learned ways to combat and mitigate the risks associated. Lastly, attendees learned how these technologies are also used positively in the area of human rights related issues.Please click the following four links to read more about the presentation and its impact on the community.
Jason Thomas delivers keynote at LegalTech New York Thomson Reuters Legal Current
LegalTech 2014 Opening Keynote With Jason Thomas Slaw
Thomson Reuter’s Jason Thomas Speaks On the TOR Network and Anonymous Web in LegalTech Keynote: Twitter Reaction Lexblog
LegalTech 2014: The Internet Is For Porn (And Drugs, Contract Killings, And Other Illegal Activity) Above the Law
Other Articles
The New Curators: Influence and Curation in an Information-Sharing World Public Relations Strategist
A New Virtual Economy Poses New Challenges In Fighting Child Pornography And Child Exploitation The Wall Street Journal
The Cybercrime Wave: Grifters, fraudsters, and thieves go virtual. National Journal