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What The TSA Teaches Us About IP Protection
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lorraine89
lorraine89,
User Rank: Ninja
9/19/2016 | 9:39:23 AM
Hacking attempts
Great article. I always take extra caution in maintaining my online privacy and security. I deploy vpn server, purevpn, to maintain my online integrity and to avoid any type of scams and phishy threats. 
ANON1251610972481
ANON1251610972481,
User Rank: Apprentice
8/12/2016 | 12:43:20 PM
Pretty Bad DLP Smear
It is pretty sad that the author is actually not really savvy as it relates to DLP capabilities.  The author must be aware of the ability of many DLP systems to detect data based on content fingerprinting, especially the ability to detect multi data values such as Last_name and SSN or Last_name and Driver License etc...  GTB Technologies, as an example, can support more than 20 Billion fields without network degradation.  Such DLP policies would detect and prevent many breaches including the ones mentioned in this article.  Unfortunately the TSA and Homeland Security are using advisors that have no clue.

Uzi Yair

CEO 

GTB Technologies.


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