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Saving Money with SFTP - Wick Hill
UK Information Commissioner targets firm selling vetting data - Eversheds e80
12 Key Steps to Internet Security - Wick Hill
Telephone Monitoring Legality in the UK - Dechert
Firewall or UTM - Wick Hill
UK Information Commissioner demands mobile device encryption - Eversheds e80
Data loss - liability, reputation and mitigation of risk - Eversheds e80
Phorm, Webwise and OIX - BCS Security Forum
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"Quality" Data Vendor Spams us! Editor astounded!
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Identity Security - Time to Share
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Richard SteinnonRichard Stiennon is founder and chief research analyst at IT-Harvest Inc. He is responsible for setting strategic direction as well as editorial coverage at this independent Information Technology research firm. Richard leads IT-Harvest in its efforts to compile the first comprehensive knowledgebase of the entire IT security market. Prior to joining IT-Harvest, he was VP of threat research for Webroot Software, Inc. the leading commercial anti-spyware solution.

Previously, Richard was VP Research at Gartner, Inc. where he covered security topics including firewalls, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, security consulting and managed security services for the Security and Privacy group. He is a holder of Gartner's Thought Leadership award for 2003 and was named "One of the 50 most powerful people in Networking" by NetworkWorld magazine. His speaking engagements have included conferences and meetings throughout North and South America, Hawaii, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Istanbul, Milan, Munich, Hannover, Madrid, London, and Cannes.


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