• Apple's Internal Presentation On Stopping Leaks Gets Leaked

    5 monthes ago - By Ubergizmo

    How's this for irony. An internal Apple presentation that taught employees how to deal with leaks has been leaked online. It's an hour-long audio recording of an internal briefing at Apple titled “Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential at Apple.” The briefing was reportedly given to around 100 employees by three members of Apple's Global Security division which included the director of global security David Rice, director of worldwide investigations Lee Freedman, and Global Security communications and training team's Jenny Hubbert.
    The Outline received this audio clip in which the members...
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  • Oops: Apple's secret war on leaks just leaked

    Oops: Apple's secret war on leaks just leaked

    5 monthes ago - By BGR

    It's no secret that a culture of secrecy exists at Apple, but even so, Apple leaks are quite frequent. Tim Cook pledged that the company would double down on security in 2012, and a new report reveals that Apple is already getting results. Ironically, however, the revelations come from an internal briefing at Apple that took place earlier this month. That briefing was probably supposed to be kept secret, but it leaked out anyway.
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    Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential at Apple is the title of the briefing, and it...
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  • Apple Secrecy Is Alive and Well, As This LEAKED Recording Shows

    Apple Secrecy Is Alive and Well, As This LEAKED Recording Shows

    5 monthes ago - By App Advice

    Apple secrecy is real.
    Secrecy is in Apple's DNA to the point where it hires former members of the U.S. intelligence community for its global security team. This is just one of the findings of a recently leaked recording for an Apple briefing titled “Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential at Apple,” according to The Outline .
    To keep product details secret, the iPhone maker employs former members of the National Security Agency , Federal Bureau of Investigation , the U.S. Secret Service, and U.S. military. In doing so, the Apple Global Security team hopes to prevent product information...
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  • Apple's 'Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential' Employee Seminar Leaks Online

    Apple's 'Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential' Employee Seminar Leaks Online

    5 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    New information about the lengths that Apple will go to in order to prevent and track down leaks has been shared online today by The Outline , which obtained a leaked recording of an internal briefing used by Apple to educate employees on the culture of leaks. Called "Stopping Leakers - Keeping Confidential at Apple," the presentation is said to last one hour and be led by a team of Apple's best security and communications experts including David Rice, Lee Freedman, and Jenny Hubbert.
    The briefing was held for around 100 employees earlier this month and is believed to be the first of many...
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  • Report details Apple's efforts to increase product secrecy, more leaks from Apple campus than supply chain in 2016

    Report details Apple's efforts to increase product secrecy, more leaks from Apple campus than supply chain in 2016

    5 monthes ago - By 9to5Mac

    A fascinating report from The Outline shares highlights from an internal presentation about Apple's efforts to increase product secrecy; a leak of an internal meeting about leaks. The briefing apparently described how Apple security teams prevent information from ‘leaking to competitors, counterfeiters and press.'
    One of the most interesting tidbits is that Apple believes there are now more leaks coming from its employees on campus than the supply chain. In 2016, Apple reportedly leaked 4 housings out of 65 million produced in factories...
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