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Mark February 9, 2016, on your calendar. That’s when the FTC’s Start with Security roadshow moves to Seattle and you’ll want to be there.

Start with Security is co-sponsored with the University of Washington’s Tech Policy Lab and the School of Law’s Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic. Start with Security will take place at UW's law school, 4293 Memorial Way NE, in Seattle. In addition to keynote speaker FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, attendees will hear from experts about how to make sound security a part of your corporate culture – and a part of your products and apps – from the start. (We’ll post a detailed agenda soon.)

The Seattle event will feature the premiere of a new installment in the FTC’s Start with Security video series. Have you seen the latest one on password policies?

We also have a video with practical tips on safeguarding paperwork and devices. In addition, companies of any size can benefit from Start with Security: A Guide for Business, which offers nuts-and-bolts lessons from the FTC’s 50+ data security settlements.

 

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I think everybody can benefit from learning and keeping up with latest technology, if they want to compete with the best. Everything is digital now adays. Of coarse we need to safeguard it.

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