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Download Illegal Software, Upload Your Business to Hackers

Download Illegal Software, Upload Your Business to Hackers

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I have a bone to pick- I never really understood those cellphone cases that double as wallets. You know, those cases that show off your credit cards and IDs every time you take a call or open your phone to check Facebook? However convenient, flapping around your financials strikes me as relatively unsecure, leaving convenience-lovers prone to theft.

Cyber Insecurity

Cyber Insecurity

By Brian Noyes In the era of Edward Snowden and NSA privacy issues, businesses and consumers are focusing more and more on cybersecurity and online protection of property – specifically intellectual property (IP).  In fact, this week, former FBI chief Louis Freeh warned a collection of security experts at a convention in San Antonio that, […]

ICYMI: U.S. Chamber Comments on Strategic Economic Dialogue with China

ICYMI: U.S. Chamber Comments on Strategic Economic Dialogue with China

This week, leaders from China and the United States completed the fifth round of the Strategic and Economic Dialogue, a bilateral meeting which addresses key economic questions between the two counties. Following it’s adjournment, Myron Brilliant, who is the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s executive vice president and head of International Affairs, issued the following statement: