Net Privacy: A Guide to Developing & Implementing an Ironclad ebusiness Privacy Plan

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 22, 2001 - Computers - 318 pages
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Ensure corporate privacy online with this step-by-step guide

Whether your company needs to safeguard your customers’personal information, or keep e-intruders from accessing company secrets, your organization must have an effective, organization-wide privacy plan. NET PRIVACY shows you how to design and implement one. Authors Michael Erbschloe and John Vacca, two acknowledged experts on the subject, explore in-depth the key privacy issues that lead to the breakdown of e-businesses. Then they walk you through the steps necessary for developing, implementing, and managing a proven enterprise privacy plan. You get clear, accessible explanations of the technology involved -- plus proven techniques for measuring the plan’s success.

 

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Contents

1 the threat to privacy and corporate vulnerability
1
2 the nature of privacy problems
15
3 the regulatory and legislative environment
30
4 organizing to protect privacy
43
5 conducting a privacyneeds audit
55
6 evaluating technology needs for privacy protection
67
7 developing the enterprise privacy plan
82
8 implementing the enterprise privacy plan
97
12 protecting the privacy of enterprise storage and processing
152
13 protecting the privacy of corporate communications
173
14 protecting corporate desktop privacy
211
15 protecting the privacy of the road warrior s laptop
246
16 protecting the privacy of remote access and telecommuters
265
17 the future of privacy management
293
glossary
299
index
311

9 managing privacy on the enterprise web site
115
10 managing privacy on internet supply chains
130
11 managing privacy efforts over the longterm
141
about the authors
319
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Michael Erbschloe is a world-renowned information technology consultant, author, and educator. The vice president of research for Research for Computer Economics, an influential technology think tank, Erbschloe has authored more than 2,200 articles for leading publications and his research work has appeared in Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, The Washington Post, and many others.

John Vacca is an information technology consultant and author of more than 29 books and 37 articles on topics including Internet security, programming, and systems development. Vacca previously served as the computer security specialist for NASA's space station program and the International Space Station Program. His books include Internet Security Secrets, The Cabling Handbook, - Satellite Encryption, and Virtual Reality. Vacca was also one of the security consultants for the MGM movie AntiTrust."

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