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The White House and Equifax Agree: Social Security Numbers Should Go

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 Alluvial    447

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-03/white-house-and-equifax-agree-social-security-numbers-should-go

The Trump administration is exploring ways to replace the use of Social Security numbers as the main method of assuring people’s identities in the wake of consumer credit agency Equifax Inc.’s massive data breach.

The administration has called on federal departments and agencies to look into the vulnerabilities of employing the identifier tied to retirement benefits, as well as how to replace the existing system, according to Rob Joyce, special assistant to the president and White House cybersecurity coordinator.

“I feel very strongly that the Social Security number has outlived its usefulness,” Joyce said Tuesday at a cyber conference in Washington organized by the Washington Post. “Every time we use the Social Security number, you put it at risk.”

Joyce’s comments came as former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the first of four hearings this week on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers from both parties expressed outrage over the size of the breach as well as the company’s response and grilled Smith on the timeline of the incident, including when top executives learned about it.

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 Cinnamon    20,036

Joseph Lorenzo Hall, chief technologist at the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington, said one possibility could be giving individuals a private key, essentially a long cryptographic number that’s embedded in a “physical token” that then requires users to verify that the number belongs to them. It could work like the chip in a credit card that requires the owner to enter a pin allowing use. He pointed to Estonia where they have deployed such cards that people use to validate their identity.

“Your pin unlocks your ability to use that big number,” he said. The challenge is how to create the identifiers and how to distribute the keys. “It’s very promising” and “it’s possible to technically design something like this” but it could be expensive to design and disseminate such material to each American, he said. “This is a pretty big endeavor.”

The administration is also participating in discussions Congress is having about the requirements of protecting personal data and breach notifications for companies.

Yeah, roll it on out... it's coming. Next stop after this one, a tattoo that tells all and meshes with the skin. 

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 Quiet Storm    851

No man might buy nor sell save he that hath the name or the number----------

 

The Beast Rolls 24/7/365,  never sleeps.

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 Zen Zilli    44
30 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Joseph Lorenzo Hall, chief technologist at the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington, said one possibility could be giving individuals a private key, essentially a long cryptographic number that’s embedded in a “physical token” that then requires users to verify that the number belongs to them. It could work like the chip in a credit card that requires the owner to enter a pin allowing use. He pointed to Estonia where they have deployed such cards that people use to validate their identity.

“Your pin unlocks your ability to use that big number,” he said. The challenge is how to create the identifiers and how to distribute the keys. “It’s very promising” and “it’s possible to technically design something like this” but it could be expensive to design and disseminate such material to each American, he said. “This is a pretty big endeavor.”

The administration is also participating in discussions Congress is having about the requirements of protecting personal data and breach notifications for companies.

Yeah, roll it on out... it's coming. Next stop after this one, a tattoo that tells all and meshes with the skin. 

LOL my first thought on reading the OP

'Here Chippy Chippy'

They don't want to 'protect' anyones data. All they want is complete control over every human on the planet.

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 Moosupian    38

This is my opinion and prediction: Quick detect, scan and identification of your DNA is coming. No need for implants, chip cards, voice print ID or other bio-metric locking/unlocking will be needed. You only need to be within range, line of sight and access is determined or denied to places, for purchases, for everything. Then the technology will advance to not requiring line of sight. They can find anyone on the planet in seconds. Bits and pieces of this technology already exist. When it all comes together, it's the end of money, ownership, freedom, choices and liberty. It's coming quickly.

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 apache54    4,188
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11 hours ago, Alluvial said:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-03/white-house-and-equifax-agree-social-security-numbers-should-go

The Trump administration is exploring ways to replace the use of Social Security numbers as the main method of assuring people’s identities in the wake of consumer credit agency Equifax Inc.’s massive data breach.

The administration has called on federal departments and agencies to look into the vulnerabilities of employing the identifier tied to retirement benefits, as well as how to replace the existing system, according to Rob Joyce, special assistant to the president and White House cybersecurity coordinator.

“I feel very strongly that the Social Security number has outlived its usefulness,” Joyce said Tuesday at a cyber conference in Washington organized by the Washington Post. “Every time we use the Social Security number, you put it at risk.”

Joyce’s comments came as former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the first of four hearings this week on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers from both parties expressed outrage over the size of the breach as well as the company’s response and grilled Smith on the timeline of the incident, including when top executives learned about it.

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Yea right  ,just a way to get us their chips installed or finger or eye scans!! what a crock of crap, Trump is turning coat at high speed now!!

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 God Man    384

I believe Biometrics will be the new ID that they push forth.  You will need it to use any computer, cell phone car etc.  It can also be used with triggers on guns.  This may be what they push forth on gun control, a requirement that they all have biometric triggers.

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 Mehitable    1,328

Probably the first step to getting rid of Social Security itself.  I wouldn't trust Trump too far.

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 Mehitable    1,328
4 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Joseph Lorenzo Hall, chief technologist at the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington, said one possibility could be giving individuals a private key, essentially a long cryptographic number that’s embedded in a “physical token” that then requires users to verify that the number belongs to them. It could work like the chip in a credit card that requires the owner to enter a pin allowing use. He pointed to Estonia where they have deployed such cards that people use to validate their identity.

“Your pin unlocks your ability to use that big number,” he said. The challenge is how to create the identifiers and how to distribute the keys. “It’s very promising” and “it’s possible to technically design something like this” but it could be expensive to design and disseminate such material to each American, he said. “This is a pretty big endeavor.”

The administration is also participating in discussions Congress is having about the requirements of protecting personal data and breach notifications for companies.

Yeah, roll it on out... it's coming. Next stop after this one, a tattoo that tells all and meshes with the skin. 

Yup, if they have a chip, they'll be trying to stick it in us somewhere.  They can stick it somewhere as far as I'm concerned.

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 OdinsEye    240

we need everyone in america to file UCC1s and 3s in there respective states

 

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Now more fuel for the NWO fire ...

 

Big Alert! Yahoo Admits ALL 3 Billion Accounts Breached, Setting New Record

Published on Oct 4, 2017Yahoo has tripled its initial estimate of the number of email accounts affected by a data breach in 2013. The company announced that all the 3 billion users who had a Yahoo email account at the time were affected and could have their data compromised. Oath, Yahoo’s new parent company, announced Tuesday that it is providing notice to 2 billion additional user accounts that had been affected by a data breach in 2013.

 

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