Special Report: How to Prepare Your Organization for a Security Incident

Every organization relies on a number of certainties to keep their business running. They trust that their employees are knowledgeable, their cybersecurity strategies are robust enough to prevent vulnerabilities, and their data is protected from prying eyes, among other things.

Source: cyberdefensemagazine

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Strategies for developing an Internet emergency response system

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Control the flow of information

All events occurring in the security field i.e. vulnerabilities, compromises, crashes, different attacks, or cause-of-action takes the basis and the starting point for the information flow. A process or cycle that defines the entire model, mode of operation and operation of different systems, services and infrastructures. Continue reading “Strategies for developing an Internet emergency response system”

Cybersecurity talk with Laura Gallante

Laura Galante speaks at TED2017 – The Future You, April 24-28, 2017, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Photo: Marla Aufmuth / TED

Attending and listening the experience and the stories from her work towards cyber security in particular, analysis and emphasis on the concepts of information security from an American perspective and the research of the developmental or evolution of based concept of 0 and 1 from Russia. 😀

Laura video speech How (and why) Russia hacked the US election | Laura Galante

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Metadata and Privacy: Limits of Freedom online

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The data collection boundary (IP, Time, User, Receiver, etc.), preserving the privacy of the citizen and observing the regulations in force are the ethical principles of the democratic system that everyone has to adhere.

Metadata is information created depending on how you use the technology. For example, include the date and time you can call / set as someone or the location from which you managed to access your e-mail.

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