EGD: Privacy is a human right. San Jose should treat it as such.

In my career as a cyber security professional, I have found that the interests of security and privacy can often collide. But I have also learned that that doesn’t have to be the case.

For example, protecting customer data from hackers often includes monitoring employee behavior and activity for potential data theft, a precaution that can be taken too far. While working at a startup in San Francisco, fellow members of my over-zealous security team wanted to decrypt employees traffic to sensitive websites and send it to a third party to determine if the activity was malicious. What’s worse, they were testing it on the entire security…

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