NSA Surveillance – How Secure Are Your Calls & Emails @ Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce

 

The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce is presenting “NSA Surveillance – How Secure Are Your Calls and Emails?” on Wednesday, April 30, 2014.Chamber-of-Commerce-of-the-Palm-Beaches

This presentation will explain NSA mass surveillance of email and phone communications and will discuss the security of your personal and business communications.

It will provide a clear summary of

– Edward Snowden disclosures

– two federal court decisions, and

– explanation of FISA/FISC.

We will explore the following issues:

– are my communications secure from the NSA?

– are my communications reasonably secure for business purposes?

– are changes in the laws expected?

Registration is here.

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