Privacy Piracy Host, Mari Frank, Esq. Interviews Michael Peters

PRIVACY PIRACY HOST, MARI FRANK, ESQ. INTERVIEWS MICHAEL PETERS MONDAY AUGUST 25TH, 2014, AT 8AM PACIFIC TIME ON KUCI 88.9 FM IN IRVINE AND STREAMING ON WWW.KUCI.ORG   MICHAEL PETERS will discuss the following topics and more! Lazarus Alliance Information Security Biggest Threat to our Global Community Don’t miss this fascinating interview with MICHAEL PETERS !   Here’s some background information about this… Read More

A Decade of SOX: Knowledge is your friend; Ignorance is your enemy

We are well past a decade now living with the Sarbanes Oxley Act. As one might expect, corporations, employees and auditors alike have become acclimated to the requirements so much so that the process is routine. The upside to this is that people supporting a SOX audit are pretty comfortable with the expectations and requirements.… Read More

Re-post: Your Employee Is an Online Celebrity. Now What Do You Do?

Mixing social media and on-the-job duties can be a win-win. Or not. I wanted to share an excellent article concerning an emerging issue in the workplace concerning employees with strong personal brands and potential conflicts with corporate needs and expectations. The original article is here: Personally, I considered it an excellent thought-provoking article! It points… Read More

Information Security By the Numbers

The Security Trifecta is a comprehensive and innovative approach to holistic security, risk, governance and privacy coverage for the enterprise. Because the methodology is universally applicable and ultimately sustainable, it has become the perfect model for any size organization regardless of business concentration. In fact, the more critical, the more regulated, the more sensitive the… Read More

Symbiotic Mutualism: A BYOD Love Story

The mass proliferation of consumer computing devices is in full force with only escalation on the horizon before us and any technologist who thinks that they can stop it or officially banish it from their little kingdoms should think again. Those troglodytes will only lead a frustrating existence in a world where resistance is truly… Read More

Privacy Policy

General Terms Lazarus Alliance, LLC (“Lazarus Alliance, LLC” or “we”) understands that your privacy is important to you. Lazarus Alliance, LLC is committed to protecting the privacy of your personally-identifiable information as you use this Site. The scope of Lazarus Alliance, LLC’s commitment is described in this Privacy Policy. By submitting information, you agree to… Read More

Usage Terms – Your Personal CXO and its affiliates (“ – Your Personal CXO” or “we”) provides its content on (the “Site”) subject to the following terms and conditions (the “Terms”). We may periodically change the Terms, so please check back from time to time. These Terms were last updated on March 31, 2012. By… Read More

Geolocational Privacy and Surveillance Act – First Blush

The law does not lead, it follows. Our system is very reactive in nature. It tends to change, without my surprise, like people generally do as a direct result to negative events or influences. Smokers quit following the heart attack and our legal system create laws based upon past events. GPS technology has been around… Read More

The PCI Challenge

It is frequently in the news.  Reports have been written.  Punitive and compensatory damages have been awarded.  Companies around the globe have been challenged to find the resources required to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). The prime PCI DSS objective is to protect cardholder data. The prime objective of… Read More

Weekly Digest for March 24th

mdpeters posted 4 items. HORSE – Holistic Operational Readiness Security Evaluation.:General disclaimer HORSE – Holistic Operational Readiness Security Evaluation.:Privacy policy Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act mdpeters posted 3 items. Main Page Main Page HORSE – Holistic Operational Readiness Security Evaluation.:About mdpeters posted User:Ledelars.

Juris Doctor 118-119 of 161

While I was doing some research on consumer protections in my Cyberspace Law class, I encountered the following policy that is certainly on the horizon for consumer protections. You can find the original press release here: Commercial Data Privacy and Innovation in the Internet Economy: A Dynamic Policy Framework, The Department of Commerce internet policy… Read More

How E-Commerce Apps Are Putting Your Site at Risk

Article Reprint: Many developers do not overlook security on purpose; it’s just that the focus is usually on feature and functionality, not the nuts and bolts of building a secure software application. These technical oversights can leave a relatively easy opening for attackers to leverage. Cross-site scripting or data source injection are the most… Read More

Weekly Digest for May 27th

mdpeters Blog Updates Blog Updates Now Reading: Irre – Blog Updates Now Reading: Irrefutable Laws of Leadership – 7 http://o… [obDADkenobi]. mdpeters New blog post: Weekly Digest for May 20th [obDADkenobi]. mdpeters Blog Updates Weekly Digest for May 20th – mdpeters New blog post: Weekly Digest for May 13th http://michaelpeters.o… [obDADkenobi]. mdpeters… Read More

Juris Doctor 86 of 215

Anyone who knows me is aware of a penchant for surveillance technology that spans three decades now. I periodically refresh my legal knowledge in this space in an effort to keep abreast of State and Federal statues involving electronic surveillance. Recently, I added some updates to the HORSE Project Wiki located here:, and… Read More

National Office for Cyberspace and H.R. 4900

A funny thing happened along the way while I was busy revising and adding content to the HORSE Wiki. My focus last week was primarily on Federal guidance such as NIST special publications and FISMA guidelines. Well apparently there are more folks tuned into that station it turns out when a very close government colleague… Read More

Daily Digest for November 4th

mdpeters posted 7 items. US Ruling Likely to Upset Obscenity Prosecutions TalkTalk steps up attack on government Illegal file-sharing sites up 300 per cent China Bans ‘Pornographic’ Online Literature Good online music services would beat punishment, say file-sharers Facebook publishes natural language privacy policy for user-consultation Response to The Register story entitled “Turkey censors Reg… Read More

Daily Digest for November 3rd

mdpeters New blog post: Daily Digest for November 2nd [obDADkenobi]. mdpeters posted 6 items. US Ruling Likely to Upset Obscenity Prosecutions TalkTalk steps up attack on government Illegal file-sharing sites up 300 per cent China Bans ‘Pornographic’ Online Literature Good online music services would beat punishment, say file-sharers Facebook publishes natural language privacy policy… Read More