Middle School ICT students investigate the positives and negatives of accessing digital media. Students also engage in activities centered on their own Digital Footprints as they access technological resources and digital media.
Jörg leitet die Digitale Helden Schul-AG an seiner Schule. Er ist mit seiner Schule im Mentorenprogramm der Digitalen Helden.
“Unsere Schule hat super Erfahrungen mit den Digitale Helden gemacht. SchülerInnen lernen Probleme im Netz zu lösen und sich kritisch mit den Risiken und Chancen der digitalen Welt auseinander zu setzen. Wir freuen uns wieder dabei zu sein und unsere Erfahrungen auszubauen”.
A database containing usernames and passwords for almost five million Google accounts emerged on a Russian forum late on September 9. The user dumpin...
The user dumping the information on Bitcoin Security board uses the online alias “tvskit” and says that although not all the entries are valid, more than 60% of them should be working; all passwords are provided in plain text.
It is unclear how the information was collected, but the most plausible theory is that the attacker(s) gathered the details through phishing and different forms of data exfiltration, such as the use of infostealing malware.
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Small businesses are in a tough position when it comes to cyber security. They face a growing number of threats and attention by cyber criminals and don’t have the time or resources that larger enterprises have to devote to cyber security. As instances of data theft, malware and other risks grow, it is going to become increasingly important for small businesses to be aware of the threats they face and learn how to address them effectively and with limited resources.
Today is World Password Day, a holiday that’s here to remind us that our privacy is as safe as we make it be.
The day was first created by Intel Security and support for the idea has picked up. There are currently some 170 organizations, including Toshiba, Dell and Microsoft, and they’re asking Internet users to make sure that they change their passwords.
The concept came as Intel was thinking about a security education program. It’s not exactly a secret that people don’t change their passwords as the years go by, even though servers may fall prey to hackers and data can be stolen.
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Authentic PracTICE Through Global Collaboration [GM] The authors of this blog post "@ICTPHMS (Dan KIRSCH's Blog)" and "@knolinfos (Gust MEES's Blog)" have met each other on Social Media
“Twitter” and decided one day to work together on a common blog about “Digital CitizenShip“, a “Global Collaboration” from authors of the USA and Luxembourg (Europe) was born. Find below, please, OUR collaboration blog:
Over the last month there has been an unfathomable amount of content published about the massive privacy intrusion that is Facebook Messenger. With the ability to intrude into the lives of its users in ways that the NSA would never think to, it isn’t a surprise that the new download [...]
Big Data really is and has meant is a revolutionary approach to marketing. It is our behavior online that helps brands and organizations learn about us in ways that they can contextualize and apply to their marketing strategies, and from the time that this became so eerily apparent, marketers have been seeking out ways to exploit it.
The Internet of Things is producing a lot of interesting consumer products that have the potential to lead to important enterprise tools. Here is a basic overview of the concept, together with examples of available products and what they offer.
Spotify users, take note. The music streaming service just posted a message on its company blog indicating that one user's account was hacked, but assuring that steps are being taken to ensure others will not fall victim to the same exploit
Over the coming days, the Spotify Android app will prompt users to re-enter their username and password to log back in. Users running outdated versions of the app will be guided through the update process to ensure they’re running the latest version.
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