ECJ Daily Cyber Byte – March 16, 2015

ECJ Data Privacy Definition

Zero-Day Vulnerability (or Exploit) – A security hole in software or an operating system that is unknown to the vendor. Attacks on this security hole include malware, spyware and other unauthorized access to user information. It is called “zero-day” because the vendor has had zero days to fix the flaw.

ECJ Data Privacy Link

U.S. Department of Education’s Teacher Training Video: Protecting Student Privacy While Using Online Education Sources –

ECJ Data Security Fact

The Office of Personnel Management announced on March 5, 2015 that the Department of Defense was authorized to hire up to 3,000 cybersecurity positions, according to

ECJ Privacy & Data Security Law Workgroup

Patrick A. Fraioli, Jr.