Cyber Entrepreneurs, Privacy Matters Pt. 2, Encryption Woes and the Controversy of Anonymity – CF004

This week on Cyber Frontiers we talk cyber innovation, privacy, and the encrypted era of financial and informational systems with special guest Mark Goldstein, Vice President of Business Development at Insider Spyder (

Cyber Frontiers is all about Exploring Cyber security, Big Data, and the Technologies Shaping the Future Through an Academic Perspective!   Christian Johnson, a student at the University of Maryland will bring fresh and relevant topics to the show based on the current work he does.  Never on a schedule, but always up to date!

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More about Mark:

MACH37 Incubator

Overview of partnership with Center of Innovative Technologies in Herndon, VA –

Talks and trends in cyber security issues among entrepreneurs.

Privacy in Cybersecurity (Pt. 2)

Never use your real e-mail address for registration (

Facebook/LinkedIn privacy settings

Fake email address for registration

Identity Management


Multifactor Authentication

Check credit report quarterly – Visit to get your free credit report

Intersections paid credit monitoring (

Get annual report from Social Security Administration

The Stretch: Making the comparison between privacy and IPv6?

Encryption issues – WEP failed, then WPA2, then OpenSSL, and the list keeps on going. We talk about the problems with encryption methods as of late and what issues are at stake.

The encryption that people are scared about – Bitcoin, Project Etherium.

How do banks address virtual currencies? What is the double edged sword of going anonymous and private with our financial transactions?

Outtakes: We didn’t get to these specifics on the show, but they relate to the privacy topics covered in this episode.

Secuinia’s PSI (Personal Software Inspector) –

Virus Total for checking on a unknown file

Third-party cookie blocking

Browswer check –


No Script

Abine Inc.’s $129 DeleteMe software can remove someone’s public profile and contact and personal information from leading sites that gather data about people from around the Web and offer it for a variety of uses, such as background checks.

Surf anonymously – privacy/Incognito mode

Search using Startpage instead of Bing/Google – Test your browser for uniqueness

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