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Security Management Highlights July

BY LAURA SPADANUTA
15:21 minutes (14.06 MB)

WHY MAKING UTILITIES SMARTER MAY BE DUMB, HOW TO PREPARE EMPLOYEES FOR TRAVEL, PRIVACY IN COMMUNCATIONS, AND COURT RULINGS ON E-MAIL

The so-called smart grid is all the rage, but rushing headlong into networked utilities may not be wise, according to John Bumgarner, the research director for security technology for the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit (US-CCU) and a senior research fellow in international security studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University. Bumgarner talks about the issue with podcast host Laura Spadanuta. Other topics include travel security, court cases on e-mail privacy and attorney-client privilege, and a look at changing attitudes about the laws governing electronic communications.

 

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