Report Says the Threat of “Going Dark” is Overstated

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Report Says the Threat of “Going Dark” is Overstated

Category : CyberSecurity

A report from Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society says that
US law enforcement’s concerns about encryption allowing terrorists to
“go dark” overstate the problem. The report said that while encryption
may hinder some surveillance activity, the increasing spread of Internet
connected devices can “likely fill some of these gaps and … ensure
that the government will obtain new opportunities to” conduct
surveillance

Article: Cnet The Hill ComputerWorld ZDNet


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Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp

Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp

Tamara Eikelenboom-Kamp is managing director at Innovice-IT. She is mainly publishing about CyberSecurity. She is working with several specialists based on their knowledge and skills in cyber-security and cyber-safety. The emphasis is on conceptual thinking, developing plans, innovative software or innovative methods. The main activities of Innovice-IT are Cyber Security Consulting, Penetration Testing and Secure Managed Hosting.

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