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Book Title: Privacy in the Age of Big Data|
The author of the book: Theresa M. Payton
ISBN 13: 9781306373944
Format files: PDF
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Edition: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Date of issue: March 24th 2014
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Digital data collection and surveillance is pervasive and no one can protect your privacy without your help. Before you can help yourself, you need to understand the new technologies, what benefits they provide, and what trade-offs they require. Some of those trade-offs - privacy for convenience - could be softened by our own behavior or be reduced by legislation if we fight for it. This book analyzes why privacy is important to all of us, and it describes the technologies that place your privacy most at risk, starting with modern computing and the Internet.
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Read information about the authorTheresa is the daughter of a U.S. Marine and considers the United States her hometown. She was born in Jacksonville, Florida. Theresa has lived on the East Coast, the West Coast, and Hawaii and has called Charlotte home since 1995.
A proud graduate of Immaculata University, Theresa had a double major in Economics and Business Administration with a certification in Computers. Theresa graduated from Immaculata with honors in 1989 and went on to the University of Virginia to earn her Master of Science in Management Information Systems and completed that in 1990. She was in the first graduating class for this masters degree. Theresa earned her certificate in Graduate Banking studies from The Graduate School of Banking at LSU in 1997. She is also a certified Black Belt in Six Sigma.
Theresa caught the technology bug while still in high school doing a stint in computer support during the holiday season at the Quantico Marine Corps Exchange. After graduate school, she worked at Barnett Banks, Inc which is now a part of Bank of America and realized quickly that customers needed convenience while keeping their confidential banking information safe. She also worked in technology roles supporting customers at First Union which is now a part of Wells Fargo and at Bank of America. Most recently she was the Chief Information Officer for President George W. Bush. Theresa was the first woman to hold the position of CIO at the White House. She has a cybersecurity consulting practice.
Theresa was recently honored with the 2009 Charlotte Women in Business award from the Charlotte Business Journal. She also found serving the country while working at the White House a true honor.
She is a former recipient of other regional awards including Charlotte's 40 Under 40, Five Outstanding North Carolinians, Ten Outstanding Young Charlotteans, and Charlotte's Woman of the Year.
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