The Dangerous Policy of Weakening Security to Facilitate Surveillance

@inproceedings{Peha2013TheDP,
  title={The Dangerous Policy of Weakening Security to Facilitate Surveillance},
  author={Jon M. Peha},
  year={2013}
}
  • J. Peha
  • Published 4 October 2013
  • Business
Some nations may consider policies that are intended to facilitate legal surveillance for law enforcement or intelligence purposes by weakening the cybersecurity of commercially available products and services. This includes policies that make technical standards more vulnerable, or that motivate companies to build back doors into their commercial products and services. Such policies have the unintended side effect of making all users of the technology, including those that are not targets of… Expand
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