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Guarding against the many dangers floating in the cloud

Guarding against the many dangers floating in the cloud

In cyber space, far too much is in the public realm or easily obtained. And that puts your reputation, money and job prospects at risk (FREE with coupon)

How cyber safe is your municipality?

IT dangers are everywhere. But municipalities – and other levels of government – do too little to be prepared for inevitable failures (BASIC membership)

Government’s often waste money in their rush to save it

BONNER We need to think of the real value of results. If it costs $10 to find out we wasted $1, what’s the point? ($$)

The modern, efficient criminal is digitally casing you

The modern, efficient criminal is digitally casing you

You’re being tracked, watched, listened to – and you’re just living a normal life. The threat of a personal data breach is real and constant (FREE to subscribers)

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

The modern politician, even in a democracy, can now be almost certain to know how you voted by adding up what’s known about you (FREE to subscribers)

Solving the identity theft puzzle will take teamwork

Solving the identity theft puzzle will take teamwork

Collaboration among business and all levels of government can mean more secure transactions and a significant drop in identity theft (FREE to subscribers)

The ever-growing burden of technology on our lives

The ever-growing burden of technology on our lives

BONNER Increasingly, cities are complicated systems. The thought of traffic lights, 911 calls, transit and hospitals all going haywire at once is really scary (FREE TRIAL with coupon)

Is the pursuit of policy actually the absence of action?

BOOKS: Academic author Michael Howlett’s book Canadian Public Policy: Selected Studies in Process and Style leaves too many questions unanswered

The technology trap: only the vigilant will survive

CYBER SECURITY: A lack of care can be catastrophic in the cyber world (just ask Equifax). And the lessons learned apply to us all

The art behind making disasters manageable

POLITICS/BOOKS (Troy Media) The book Dull Disasters examines how we can get ahead of the inevitable cataclysmic events, rather than resorting to futile generosity after the fact

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