Rock-Paper-Scissors Robot

Schneier on Security

Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a robot that always wins at rock-paper-scissors. How in the world did I not know about this for three years?

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Fraudulent Academic Papers

Schneier on Security

Last week, a paper appeared on the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) ePrint archive purporting to demonstrate a much more effective break of SIMON, one that would affect actual implementations. Of course, bad papers can still make it through the process.

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Speaking of: The Paper Clip’s Digital Equivalent

Weissman's World

In the physical world, paper clips are an important source of context, as their use suggests that the pieces of paper they clip together are somehow related. And what does this mean in terms of identifying how many documents those pieces of paper represent, the relative importance of the […]. The post Speaking of: The Paper Clip’s Digital Equivalent appeared first on Holly Group.

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Blockchain White Paper

National Archives Records Express

We are pleased to announce the release of our Blockchain White Paper. The white paper began as an internal effort to assist NARA staff in learning more about the technology and how agencies are using it. The white paper focuses on fundamental records management concerns such as the existence of records on a Blockchain, records authenticity and integrity, records scheduling, and records transfer and accessioning to NARA.

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Who is still using paper-based fax?

OpenText Information Management

In all, 44% of respondents say they use paper-based faxing. Not only that, but over a quarter of these users say … The post Who is still using paper-based fax? When was the last time you physically sent a fax?

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How Much Paper Schools Use & How Much It Costs Them

Record Nations

While it might not seem like passing out worksheets in a single classroom is an unusually large amount of paper to use, once you start taking factors like the number of classrooms in the school, the days in the school year, and the overall number of schools in the US into consideration, the numbers on […]. The post How Much Paper Schools Use & How Much It Costs Them appeared first on Record Nations.

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How to safeguard paper medical records

TAB OnRecord

The post How to safeguard paper medical records appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. These days, most of the discussion about medical records involves the “big” issues like privacy and electronic health records.

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Efficient Paper Filing – Centralization Part 3: Filing Controls

TAB OnRecord

The post Efficient Paper Filing – Centralization Part 3: Filing Controls appeared first on TAB Records Management Blog | TAB OnRecord. Today’s post is the last installment in our three-part series on centralizing physical records and creating a “paperlite” environment.

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Managing Legacy Paper Files in the Digital Era

ARMA International

Addressing your organization’s legacy paper files and capturing them in your digital information ecosystem may feel like a daunting task. Download the free ARMA/Access white paper : Effective Capture: The Foundation of Information Governance and Digital Transformation.

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LC4: Another Pen-and-Paper Cipher

Schneier on Security

This paper defines the LC4 encryption and decryption algorithms, analyzes LC4's security, and describes a simple appliance for computing LC4 by hand. Almost two decades ago I designed Solitaire , a pen-and-paper cipher that uses a deck of playing cards to store the cipher's state.

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Government of Nunavut returns to paper records after ransomware attack

IG Guru

The post Government of Nunavut returns to paper records after ransomware attack appeared first on IG GURU. Another unfortunate case of a ransomware attack on a municipality. Read more here and how they may end up paying the ransom.

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White Paper: 4 Ways to Avoid Privacy Whack-a-Mole with Privacy Awareness Training

MediaPro

Download our free white paper 4 Ways to Avoid Privacy Whack-a-Mole with Privacy Awareness Training to learn tips and tricks for building a principles-based approach into your privacy awareness training.

Paper 52

[Podcast] Up Against 70,000 Boxes of Paper - One Law Firm’s Paper-Free Journey

AIIM

No, you read that title right – seventy THOUSAND boxes of paper in the highly restrictive environment of legal services. That’s what Susan Gleason , Manager of Records and Information Governance at Shipman & Goodwin and her team were up against.

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Off the Record: Digitization & Legacy Paper Records

The Texas Record

“ Managing Legacy Paper Files in the Digital Era “- ARMA Magazine. In this article, ARMA addresses how to go about integrating legacy paper records into your electronic records management system.

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Consultation paper published on Hong Kong’s data protection law

Data Protection Report

Earlier this week, Hong Kong’s Panel on Constitutional Affairs (the Panel ) released its discussion paper ( LC Paper. CB(2) 512/19-20(03 ) (the Paper ) seeking views on changes to Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap.486) (the PDPO ). The Paper sets out six proposed amendments to the PDPO: Introduction of a mandatory breach notification mechanism. Written by Partner Anna Gamvros and Associate Libby Ryan, both based in the Hong Kong office.

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New White Paper Published

Getting Information Done

Not if, But When You Get Hacked: Measuring and Proactively Managing Information Risk If this is true, then what are organizations to do? These increased cyber security threats corporations face today is a big concern for Board members and CEOs.

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Two New Papers on the Encryption Debate

Schneier on Security

Seems like everyone is writing about encryption and backdoors this season. Policy Approaches to the Encryption Debate ," R Street Policy Study #133, by Charles Duan, Arthur Rizer, Zach Graves and Mike Godwin. Encryption Policy in Democratic Regimes ," East West Institute.

Best of TAB 2017 part 3: the top white papers

TAB OnRecord

In a four-part series, we are bringing you the top case studies, white papers, blog posts, and guides – all chosen by your records management colleagues! For part three of our series, we reveal the most popular white papers of the past year.

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Coming Soon: My Next White Paper

Getting Information Done

Well, I am working on the sequel to last year’s paper and you won’t want to miss it. My next paper will address this question and provide a practical way forward

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Document Scanning: Covering More Than Just Paper

Record Nations

The post Document Scanning: Covering More Than Just Paper appeared first on Record Nations. Document scanning services help companies across industries scan their paperwork into digitized copies.

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Capturing Paper Documents - Best Practices and Common Questions

AIIM

Despite technology, most companies continue to struggle to manage the burden of paper in many important business processes. Also known as “capture,” this capability is characterized by the ability to scan paper documents to store and use them in digital form instead of paper. Scan and store” begins the process of eliminating paper from paper-intensive operations. There are a number of benefits of scanning paper documents. What is Capture?

What Happens to Old Paper Documents After Scanning Is Finished?

Record Nations

In those situations, you may have wondered “What happens to my papers after I have them scanned? […]. The post What Happens to Old Paper Documents After Scanning Is Finished? Scanning is a convenient way to manage and organize your documents.

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Steps for Reducing Paper Waste

Archive Document Data Storage

Every year, millions of tonnes of paper is wasted in the UK, and businesses are the biggest culprits. In addition to wasting resources, paper waste also negatively impacts your company’s productivity and bottom line. Follow these steps to reduce paper waste in your business. Where a document purge helps you responsibly dispose of accumulated paper waste, ongoing shredding prevents it from building up too much in the first place.

Paper 40

[Podcast] Up Against 70,000 Boxes of Paper - One Law Firm’s Paper-Free Journey

AIIM

No, you read that title right – seventy THOUSAND boxes of paper in the highly restrictive environment of legal services. That’s what Susan Gleason , Manager of Records and Information Governance at Shipman & Goodwin and her team were up against.

Paper 52

[Podcast] Up Against 70,000 Boxes of Paper - One Law Firm’s Paper-Free Journey

AIIM

No, you read that title right – seventy THOUSAND boxes of paper in the highly restrictive environment of legal services. That’s what Susan Gleason , Manager of Records and Information Governance at Shipman & Goodwin and her team were up against.

Paper 52

Paper and the Case for Going Low-Tech in the Voting Booth

WIRED Threat Level

When considered as a form of tech, paper has a killer feature set: It’s intuitive, it doesn’t crash, and it doesn’t need a power source. Security

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Consultation paper published on Hong Kong’s data protection law

Data Protection Report

Earlier this week, Hong Kong’s Panel on Constitutional Affairs (the Panel ) released its discussion paper ( LC Paper. CB(2) 512/19-20(03 ) (the Paper ) seeking views on changes to Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap.486) (the PDPO ). The Paper sets out six proposed amendments to the PDPO: Introduction of a mandatory breach notification mechanism. Written by Partner Anna Gamvros and Associate Libby Ryan, both based in the Hong Kong office.

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Reducing Paper Storage Through Digital Transformation

InfoGoTo

If you work for a small business, you’ve likely heard a colleague or manager use these terms to complain about paper storage, referring to the rows of filing cabinets or piles of paper waiting to be filed. In terms of documents, that means automating as many paper-based processes and digitizing as many documents as possible. While some of your more recent documents may have been “born digital,” you probably have many more in paper form. Inefficient.

Paper Trail Absence May Still Plague 2020 Election

Dark Reading

The recommendation for paper ballots may go unheeded in all or part of at least 6 states in the next national election

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Free green paper: essential compliance guidance for the NIS Directive

IT Governance

IT Governance has produced a green paper that provides all the essential compliance information and guidance for UK organisations, based on the government’s consultation documents. The green paper provides expert advice on how to enhance your cyber resilience to comply with the Directive.

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Digital Rights Management (DRM) White Paper Released

IG Guru

Seeking to arm government archivists and records managers with important information and guidance surrounding the protection of rights associated with digital content, today during the 2018 Fall Regional Forum in Atlanta, Georgia, the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA) announced the release of a white paper addressing the […]. The post Digital Rights Management (DRM) White Paper Released appeared first on IG GURU.

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NARA to shed more light on paper records phase-out through updated guidance via Federal News Network

IG Guru

The post NARA to shed more light on paper records phase-out through updated guidance via Federal News Network appeared first on IG GURU.

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Girl’s Own Paper

Archives Blogs

The Digital Library Center has been busy loading material into DigiNole , and one of the most recent additions is the Girl’s Own Paper. Page from The Girl’s Own Paper Volume 2, Issue 61. This post is part of our series celebrating American Archives Month.

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The Best Way To Secure US Elections? Paper Ballots

Dark Reading

Voting machines that do not provide a paper trail or cannot be independently audited should immediately be removed, concludes a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

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CIPL Issues White Paper on the USMCA’s Impact on Federal Privacy Law

Hunton Privacy

To coincide with its ratification, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth issued a white paper entitled What Does the USMCA Mean for a Federal Privacy Law? The white paper focuses on Article 19.8 The white paper argues that in light of this language, a federal U.S. In addition, the paper highlights existing examples of certifications and accountability-based privacy programs in draft legislation and existing privacy law.

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How OPM Cut the Paper Out of the Performance Review Process by Nextgov

IG Guru

The post How OPM Cut the Paper Out of the Performance Review Process by Nextgov appeared first on IG GURU. So far, the USA Performance app tracks more than 35,000 federal employees—a number expected to more than double in 2020.

Paper 52

Strangest Phishing Lures of 2019: From Divorce Papers to Real Estate Decoys

Threatpost

Proofpoint's senior director of the threat research team discusses the strange levels that attackers are going to in order to persuade victims to click on phishing messages. Podcasts Web Security brain food scam Credential Theft deepfake enterprise malicious email malspam Phishing Spam Web security

The Importance of Shredding Paper Documents in the Workplace via Security Magazine

IG Guru

From the article: “data comes from Record Nations, which notes: The average office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year. 45% of paper printed in offices ends up trashed by the end of the day. What seems like common sense isn’t so common sometimes.

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CIPL Issues Discussion Paper on Organizational Accountability in Light of FTC Consent Orders

Hunton Privacy

On November 13, 2019, the Centre for Information Policy Leadership (“CIPL”) at Hunton Andrews Kurth issued a discussion paper on “ Organizational Accountability in Light of FTC Consent Orders ” (the “Discussion Paper”). The Discussion Paper examines the recent $5 billion FTC settlement with Facebook, which resulted from Facebook’s alleged violation of a prior 2012 FTC consent order, and the recent $575 million FTC settlement with Equifax, related to its 2017 data breach.

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Voting Machine Vendor Shifts Gears & Pushes for Backup Paper Ballots

Dark Reading

Election Systems & Software will 'no longer sell paperless voting machines,' CEO said

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