The SecurityOrb Show – Dec. 5, 2012

December 5, 2012 admin 0

[soundcloud url=”″ params=”?” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”false” /] The Muro Group International, a US based company with offices in Cali and Bogota, is proud to organize Latin America’s premier information security event, Security Zone 2012 […]

Choose Privacy Week begins on May 1, 2012!

April 30, 2012 SecurityOrb_Staff 0

Choose Privacy Week begins next week (May 1 – 7, 2012), and the ALA is offering numerous resources to help libraries take part, including online programming, a series of blog posts and a brand-new new video documentary.

From April 25 through April 27, the ALA will release three brief online presentations that explore the growing impact of surveillance on our civil liberties. Each presentation is designed to help librarians better understand how government agencies and corporations are collecting, storing and using data about individuals’ daily lives. These presentations will be posted on, and can be used to guide library program planning or can be shared with the community during Choose Privacy Week: […]

A Review of Google’s New Privacy Policy

March 2, 2012 admin 0

As of March 1, 2012, Google officially combined privacy policies from more than 60 of its services to a single privacy policy. In doing so, Google is now able to take information from users who are logged-in to its products and services and store them into a database. […]

ShmooCon Begins with LobbyCon

January 27, 2012 admin 0

ShmooCon officially kicks off today Friday January 27, 2012, but yesterday was LobbyCon at the Hilton Hotel at 1919 Connecticut Ave, NW in Washington, DC.

The Lobby became a mini conference where conversations, newly forged relationships and ideas were shared in every corner of the hallways by attendees of ShmooCon and those who simply show up to be part of the action without paying to participate and fellowship.

Someone stated, LobbyCons are were we come up with ideas, the deals are made, the projects are talked about and the real learning is done. After an hour LobbyConning, I would have to agree. […]