March 15, 2013 by Mark Schwanhausser

When the technology and Wall Street pundits weighed in with their first impressions of the Galaxy S4 smartphone that Samsung unveiled Thursday, they framed their comments in the metaphor of a classic bout between Apple and its main rival.

February 21, 2013

The good old days when the bad guy had to get a bit dirty to steal your personal info have come and gone. The anonymity and convenience afforded to today’s digital crooks has prompted a paradigm shift in the way that fraudsters do business to the...

Category/Topic: Fraud and Security
February 15, 2013 by Mark Schwanhausser

There is a spirited conversation occurring in a Personal Finance Management subgroup on LinkedIn, spurred by Mary Wisniewski’s column in American Banker about how “PFM Defies Definition.” The heart of the discussion points to the growing awareness...

February 4, 2013 by Mark Schwanhausser

The Federal Trade Commission’s $800,000 settlement with social network Path last Friday offered more evidence that federal and state regulators will be active participants in defining better ways to protect consumer privacy in an era of interactive...

January 14, 2013 by Mark Schwanhausser

California once again is looking to flex its muscles as a trend-setter in national politics and policy – this time in the area of protecting consumer privacy in the rapidly accelerating era of mobile commerce and Big Data.

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