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Risk in a networked society

Risk in a networked society | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it

It’s hard to dispute the claim that society now is more inter-connected than it has ever been.  Most of the time this hyperconnectivity is touted as a positive influence on society, but what are the risks involved?


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Frank J. Klein's insight:

"don't write anything down you don't want read back to you in court or printed on the front page of a newspaper, as the saying goes. In the future this adage will broaden to include not just what you say and write, but the websites you visit, who you include in your online network, what you "like," and what others who are connected to you do, say and share."

 

Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohens' book (a great read)

The New Digital Age/Reshaping The Future Of People, Nations and Business

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Digital authentication, authorization,administration and auditing of a persons identity.
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OWASP veröffentlicht Handbuch zum Schutz gegen automatisierte Angriffe | CyberSecurity

OWASP veröffentlicht Handbuch zum Schutz gegen automatisierte Angriffe | CyberSecurity | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it
Als Hilfe für das Absichern von Webanwendungen hat die Non-Profit-Organisation OWASP ein Handbuch für Entwickler herausgebracht, das bislang wenig beachtete Angriffe beschreibt.

 

Sollte man mal genauer ansehen!


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Gust MEES's curator insight, August 30, 3:17 PM

Als Hilfe für das Absichern von Webanwendungen hat die Non-Profit-Organisation OWASP ein Handbuch für Entwickler herausgebracht, das bislang wenig beachtete Angriffe beschreibt.


Sollte man mal genauer ansehen!


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Google's Data Architecture and What it Takes to Work at Scale.

Google's Data Architecture and What it Takes to Work at Scale. | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it
Malte Schwarzkopf — currently finishing his PhD on “operating system support for warehouse-scale computing” at the University of Cambridge — has released a series of slides describing some of his research into large-scale, distributed data architectures. Schwarzkopf and his team at Cambridge Systems at Scale are aiming to build the next generation of software systems …

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Richard Platt's curator insight, August 30, 12:16 PM

Schwarzkopf and his team at Cambridge Systems at Scale are aiming to build the next generation of software systems for large-scale data centers. So it has been essential for him to understand how some of the current data giants are configuring their full stack at present, in order to build software for the next wave of businesses that grow with a need to work at a similar scale. Along the way, he has contributed to a number of open source projects including DIOS (a distributed operating system for warehouse-scale data centers that uses an API based on distributed objects); Firmament (a configurable cluster scheduler that looks to apply optimization analysis over a flow network); Musketeer (a workflow manager for big data analytics); and QJump (a network architecture that reduces network interference and provides latency messaging).   Schwarzkopf’s slide deck builds on his extensive bibliography into the Google stack.  His research finds that warehouse-scale computing (defined at 10,000-plus machines) requires a different software stack, all aiming to help increase the utilization of many-core machines, and allow fast, incremental stream processing and approximate analytics (like that offered by BlinkDB) on large datasets. (Many-core is a term meant to indicate a level of magnitude greater than multi-core.)   -   Schwarzkopf’s research spells out the three main characteristics that many of the largest data-driven companies like Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have in common with Google and Facebook:

*  “Frontend serving systems and fast backends.
*  Batch data processing systems.
*  Multi-tier structured/unstructured storage hierarchy.
*  Coordination system and cluster scheduler.”
In his presentation, “What does it take to make Google work at scale?” Schwarzkopf discusses the architecture behind those 139 microseconds between submitting a search request in the Google input bar, and the pages of ads-and-search results that are returned.

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Even When You Go Off the Grid, You Might Still Be On It

Even When You Go Off the Grid, You Might Still Be On It | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it

"The images here, taken from the Instagram account @the.jefferson.grid show just a few of the landscapes that can be squeezed into the one-mile squares. The idea behind this sprawling checkerboard emerged after the Revolutionary War. As the United States expanded westward, the country needed a systematic way to divide its newly acquired lands. The original colonies were surveyed using the British system of 'metes and bounds,' with parcels delineated using local geography.  

 

That approach doesn’t scale very well, and Jefferson proposed to slice the young United States into gridded plots of land.  Jefferson's idea became a reality in 1785 when it was enacted as the Public Land Survey System. Today his grid covers much of the country, and it is still used to survey federal lands — an idea that shaped the physical landscape of half a continent."

 

Tags: images, land use, landscape, social media, planning, spatial, scale, historical.


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Dyna-e International's curator insight, Today, 12:32 PM

No such thing as being off the grid really. 

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Redesign the Classroom to Enhance Learning

Redesign the Classroom to Enhance Learning | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it
This article takes a look at how startups like Google, and Airbnb have built workspaces that improve employee happiness and thus improve productivity.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 30, 3:22 AM

An interesting read.

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Honeypots versus hackers

Honeypots versus hackers | Digital Identity and Access Management | Scoop.it
Production processes are becoming increasingly interconnected with digital communications technologies, opening new gateways for criminals operating on the Internet. The IT Security Technology Field at Siemens Corporate Technology is developing sophisticated solutions to protect against cyber crime and is subjecting them to rigorous testing, in part using its own team of hackers.

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