Month: March 2017

Three advantages of USB copy protection

There are three ways to distribute content that has copyright or intellectual property: CD/DVD distribution, USB flash drive distribution, and downloading or streaming through the network. CD/DVD has been the most popular content distribution media so far because it is relatively cheaper than any other media and good for mass production. CD/DVD has relatively smaller …

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Security Levels of USB Copy Protection Solutions and Their Use

USB copy protection solutions prevent users from unauthorized distribution of content stored on a USB flash drive. However, it is not hard to find unauthorized distributed multimedia files via the internet, despite having been originally made using CD/DVD copy protection solutions. Clearly, some copy protection solutions cannot fully protect content against sophisticated digital piracy, and …

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Two Ways of USB Copy Protection for Office Files

Traditionally, “copy protection” has been used to describe a technology to keep copyright of an audio/video file or software program from unauthorized copying when distributing it to mass customers. The media for distribution has mostly been a CD/DVD, a one-way medium, which is only for playing once the content is stored in it. However, a …

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How to Prevent HIPAA Data Breach by Insiders

The most frequent cause of health data breach accidents is an insider. About half of these accidents are a result of an error by insiders while the other half are a result of wrongdoing. Obviously, we should prevent accidents by both causes. (Read: Insiders: the Most Frequent Reason for HIPAA Data Breach) First, health data should …

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Insiders: the Most Frequent Reason for HIPAA Data Breach

Ponemon Institute and IBM reported that the average total cost of a data breach is $4M in their study, “2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis,” which researched 383 companies in 12 countries, including the U.S. However, the average total cost of a health data breach could be more than that because the study said that …

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