RITS Security: ‘It increasingly seems that states want to capture everything we do’

Who is benefitting as we are increasingly tracked, measured, assessed and monitored?

4th December, 2016
Sean Reynolds, director and founder of Rits Information Security Specialists

Digital technology is becoming ever more pervasive in Irish life but not all aspects of IT are necessarily positive. In particular, there are real reasons why we should be concerned at the erosion of privacy rights in the digital age.

As we are increasingly tracked, measured, assessed and monitored, who is benefitting?

“There is major privacy intrusion going unnoticed and it’s wrong,’ said Sean Reynolds, a director and founder of Rits Information Security Specialists. “Everything...

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