Articles By Andrew Allentuck

Privacy on Trial

Privacy, once lost, is impossible to regain. Maintaining privacy against the inroads of commercial interests and protecting it so that only those with authorization can access it has become a do-good and do-no-harm

Published on: November 18th, 2005 Andrew Allentuck

Lessons learned from the crash

It was the summer of the system crash for Canada's major financial institutions. Despite infrastructures backed by standby processing systems and run on fault-tolerant networks, parts of three of Canada's largest chartered banks'

Published on: October 8th, 2004 Andrew Allentuck

Rumours of Return

Return on investment is a fine concept. Any asset in a production process should contribute something to the result and, in theory, that contribution should be measurable. The problem comes when you try

Published on: September 8th, 2004 Andrew Allentuck

Cybersmear: The Internet versus your company’s reputation

Brad Hanna — a partner at Toronto law firm McMillan Binch LLP — had a client with a problem. A prospect had interviewed for a position with the telecom company. When he didn't

Published on: April 8th, 2004 Andrew Allentuck