The terrible attacks in Paris last night remind us that evil is part of the world that we live in. Events of this sort always bring to mind the concern about stopping the next attack by terrorists. Fortunately, mounting a large attack of this sort requires more planning, discipline and resources
For much of the last 20 years we have used an incredible software-defined radio to search for eavesdropping devices. It was made by the famous Watkins-Johnson company. The list price was $25K; we got a used one for $9K. Now a new instrument from Tektronix promises to replace our radio.
For years the differences between US and other countries laws have been resolved by agreements which respect both sides concerns. With regard to data transmission, e.g., personnel records within an international company, Safe Harbour rules are often defined. They allow companies from other
Kidnapping always makes interesting news. Having just returned from an international business trip, the article “What Companies Should Do if an Employee Is Kidnapped” in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal caught my attention. The author, Nicholas Elliott, provides a checklist for