ICT Academy zyrtarisht me “CERT division” në modelin CIIP

Në kuadër të ICT Academy, për herë të parë në vend është krijuar Computer Emergency Response Team në modelin Infrastrukturat kritike të informacionit dhe mbrojtja e tyre CIP/CIIP, me emërtimin zyrtar “ICT-CERT” (https://academyict.net/ict-cert/). Continue reading “ICT Academy zyrtarisht me “CERT division” në modelin CIIP”

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Review your IT supplier contracts to reflect changing technology & GDPR

GDPR: There are 90 or so clauses that should now be present in a supplier contract and these can be categorised under three main headings: service, legal, and cost. Data security is one of the weakest contract areas.

GDPR is driving a major review of how we handle personal data and sparking much discussion.

Source: scmagazineuk

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WannaCry hero Marcus Hutchins could face 40 years in US prison

The young computer expert who stopped the WannaCry global cyber attack could face decades in a US prison following accusations that he helped create and sell a malicious software that targeted bank accounts.

Marcus Hutchins, who saved the NHS from cyber criminals, could face a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison in the US if he is found guilty of the charges.

Source: TheTelegraph

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A step toward practical quantum encryption over free-space networks

quantumResearchers have sent a quantum-secured message containing more than one bit of information per photon through the air above a city. The demonstration showed that it could one day be practical to use high-capacity, free-space quantum communication to create a highly secure link between ground-based networks and satellites, a requirement for creating a global quantum encryption network.

Source: helpnetsecurity

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OIG Finds Security Weaknesses in Two More Medicaid Programs

Two new reports by a federal watchdog agency hit a familiar theme: Some state Medicaid systems have weaknesses that potentially put sensitive data and government operations at risk.

The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General recently issued two reports separately reviewing whether New Mexico and North Carolina each implemented adequate information system general controls for their Medicaid-related systems in accordance with federal requirements.

Source: inforisktoday

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