Monthly Archives:: August 2013

A CTO Who Scrutinizes the Numbers

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By Jay Innes, Director Business Development The Story Behind the Crusade to Protect Personal Information and Block Scammers and Fraudsters – Part II A veteran programmer while in high school, Joseph Cohen went on to study the numbers in finance at university. With more than 20 years’ experience in system architecture design and management, the […]

City Girls Find Out Early How to Stay Safe Online

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By Elizabeth LeReverend, a paralegal and online publisher Troll or Schemer? Tips on how to spot danger online As a freelance writer and paralegal, who would not say no to a great contract or long-term gig, I am online a lot. An awful lot. Like many Baby Boomers, I took to the Communication Age and […]

City Girls Find Out Early How to Stay Safe Online

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By Elizabeth LeReverend, a paralegal and online publisher Troll or Schemer? Tips on how to spot danger online As a freelance writer and paralegal, who would not say no to a great contract or long-term gig, I am online a lot. An awful lot. Like many Baby Boomers, I took to the Communication Age and […]

Devising a Technology Solution to Protect Consumer Privacy

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By Jay Innes, Director Business Development The Story Behind the Crusade to Protect Personal Information and Block Scammers and Fraudsters – Part I In the days following the launch of Privatis Technology Corporation, CEO and Founder Steven J. McAuley finally took a breather to sit down and relay the story behind his innovations, the problems […]