The Kill Switch Comes to the PC
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February 24, 2012, 07:36 PM
Join Date: Sep 2010
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Even if you trust the RCMP and friends to only go after legitimate targets, and history would show that to be naive, there's still the matter of the underpaid low-level staffers at these orgs collecting and selling info out the back door. There's lots more money to be made in corporate espionage and blackmail than there is working a desk at gov't rates.
That's why good 'ole syslog exists. If you knew someone who had access to the ICBC database, you could pull up personal information from the person's license plate. People were being assaulted by those who obtained information from their insurance broker friends that had access to the database. So there's strict logging in effect for anyone that accesses records, and stiff penalties for people that don't exclusively access their clients records.
If the VPD can get in sh1t for looking at boobies during work, you don't think they can't view the logs of who is accessing what in their database? AAA protocol and strict network policy are all you need to maintain Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability. Chief Information Security Officers ensure separation of duties so that not one single individual has complete control of any aspect of the network security scheme.
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ASUS P979X DELUXE /w HK Water Blocks
i7 3930K /w Koolance CPU-370 Water Block
G.SKILL RipjawsZ F3-12800CL10Q-32GBZL
2x 2GB MSI NVIDIA 670 /w XSPC Waterblocks
SSD - 128GB Kingston, 256GB Intel, Crucial M500 480GB
BitFenix Fury 750G
Panasonic UJ-240 UJ240 in SYBA SY-MRA55005
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