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Discussion | When Science & Technology Outrun the Law: Understanding Corporate & Personal Risks

With increasing frequency, new and evolving technologies are disrupting existing industries and legal paradigms. This panel discussed the complex balance between driving innovation and complying.
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Internet of Things Prompts New Cybersecurity Risks

The rising number of connected devices is multiplying the probability of cyber attacks on companies across sectors, according to a new report.

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Hacking Ships: Maritime Shipping Industry at Risk

Hacking Ships: Maritime Shipping Industry at Risk | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
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MI6 chief says service is in 'technology arms race' with terrorists and criminals

MI6 chief says service is in 'technology arms race' with terrorists and criminals | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Alex Younger, head of Secret Intelligence Service, defends use of internet and big data to protect country
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Tracking US Phone Call Data Had Little Effect On Fighting Terrorism, Internal NSA Critics Said Months Before Edward Snowden Leaks: Report

Tracking US Phone Call Data Had Little Effect On Fighting Terrorism, Internal NSA Critics Said Months Before Edward Snowden Leaks: Report | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Intelligence insiders reportedly debated whether snooping on Americans would stop terrorists, and raised civil liberties concerns.
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Cyberterrorists Attack on Critical Infrastructure Could Be Imminent

Cyberterrorists Attack on Critical Infrastructure Could Be Imminent | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
The premise of a January 27, 2015 article by CNBC is that there is good evidence that a cyber attack against nearly any country’s critical infrastructure could be imminent.
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Europe launches first Galileo satellites since orbit error

Europe launches first Galileo satellites since orbit error | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
The European Union successfully launched two navigation satellites into Earth's orbit late on Friday, restarting a flagship project after a botched deployment in August that cost millions of euros to fix.
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See Police Sergeant Save Child From Fire in Amazing Body Cam Footage

See Police Sergeant Save Child From Fire in Amazing Body Cam Footage | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
A Georgia police officer’s body camera showed his heroic rescue of a 3-year-old boy in a burning house.
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Unchecked government drones? Not over my backyard - The Hill (blog)

Unchecked government drones? Not over my backyard - The Hill (blog) | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Mandating that agencies describe their drone use is a necessary first step.
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Are smart cars putting our safety at risk?

Are smart cars putting our safety at risk? | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Smart cars are savvy, technologically advanced, and computerized devices connected to navigation and entertainment systems, but they also record personal data and have the potential to be hacked. Who owns that information?
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Hacker Hat Colors Explained: Black Hats, White Hats, and Gray Hats

Hacker Hat Colors Explained: Black Hats, White Hats, and Gray Hats | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Hackers aren’t inherently bad — the word “hacker” doesn’t mean “criminal” or “bad guy.”  Geeks and tech writers often refer to “black hat,” “white hat,” and “gray hat” hackers. These terms define different groups of hackers based on their behavior.

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Oksana Borukh's curator insight, March 25, 3:15 AM

Hacker Hat Colours Explained.

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Using Big Data to Predict Business-to-Business Buying Patterns

Using Big Data to Predict Business-to-Business Buying Patterns | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Big data can help marketers predict buying patterns for more accurate, flexible, and focused marketing campaigns. Find out how they do it.
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Drones being used to track Houston's stray dogs - USA TODAY

Drones being used to track Houston's stray dogs - USA TODAY | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
TV show looks closely at city's serious problem with stray dogs.
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EU Cyber Alert: Cyber security directive held up in face of 'Wild West' Internet

EU Cyber Alert: Cyber security directive held up in face of 'Wild West' Internet | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it

Disagreements between member states are holding up proposals for pan-European cyber security rules, whilst experts warn that the threat from an anarchic Internet is increasing.

The Latvian presidency of the European Council wants to begin negotiations on the proposed network and information security (NIS) directive on 30 April, but needs a mandate from the member states before it can do so.

The directive would oblige infrastructure-critical companies to report any cyber attacks, but the definition of what types of companies would be included within the scope of the reporting within the directive remains controversial.

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Google can be Sued in the UK over Web Tracking

Google can be Sued in the UK over Web Tracking | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
A group of users claim Google collected private information to target them with personalised advertisements without their consent.

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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, Today, 1:50 AM

There's nothing new about this.  Google has been accumulating personal data for years and is using those informational resources to target people all over the world.  Google can do this because they can. Any legal judgment against the data collecting giant will be temporary. If pressed, Google could use its vast store of data to pressure governments to back off.  While I'm glad some people are aware of "Big Data's" reach and influence, this is a case of "too little, too late." Aloha, Russ.

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Developments in Open Source Intelligence and Risk Consulting - CEE Insight

Developments in Open Source Intelligence and Risk Consulting - CEE Insight | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
The Risk consulting industry will break off into two paths: commoditised intell giving the basic overview of what is out there or a deeper intelligence report, where the raw data collection is just the start of the process.

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Un sénateur s'inquiète de l'utilisation d'adresses de type Gmail par l'administration

Un sénateur s'inquiète de l'utilisation d'adresses de type Gmail par l'administration | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Alors que certaines administrations optent parfois pour des adresses Gmail ou Hotmail, un sénateur vient de demander au gouvernement comment concilier l’utilisation de ce type de solution avec la législation applicable à la protection des données personnelles. Et pour cause. Les sociétés proposant ces webmails gratuits passent bien souvent au peigne fin les messages ainsi échangés, à des fins publicitaires.
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A new cyber world framework to strengthen agency information security - Lexology

A new cyber world framework to strengthen agency information security - Lexology | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Manufacturers, defense suppliers and other federal contactors may benefit from a new cybersecurity law intended to safeguard agency information and…
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About 400 cyber attacks registered in Latvia in 2014 - The Baltic Course

About 400 cyber attacks registered in Latvia in 2014 - The Baltic Course | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Latvia came under about 400 cyber attacks in 2014, said State Police Chief Ints Kuzis during European Police College (CEPOL) conference on cyber crimes in Jurmala on March 25, reports LETA.
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Arnav De's curator insight, March 29, 4:27 PM

well officially...

 

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Drones Are Now Being Used to Aid UK Police

http://www.undergroundworldnews.com The Sussex and Surrey police force have been given almost £250000 by the Home Office to purchase five drones to evaluate how they perform - specifically,...
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The FBI has 17 working drones and only two pilots - The Verge

The FBI may have drones, but according to a new report, it isn't using them very often. The report comes from the Department of Justice's Inspector General, which found that the FBI's drone program...
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Advanced Cyber Threat Detection. Increased Security. | Tripwire

Advanced Cyber Threat Detection. Increased Security. | Tripwire | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
Real-time protection for your critical assets with advanced cyber threat intelligence, configuration management, and policy compliance.
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Hackers have found a way to get into nearly every computer

Hackers have found a way to get into nearly every computer | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
The most secure software was shown to be vulnerable.

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Here's a brief history of the long and short of hacking - Economic Times

Here's a brief history of the long and short of hacking - Economic Times | New Technologies in Law Enforcement | Scoop.it
It's now the arena of spies, professional thieves and soldiers of fortune. Today, it's all about the money.

 


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Oksana Borukh's curator insight, March 25, 10:11 AM

Infographics - Brief history of hacking attacks.

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The Future of Policing: INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation

It is crucial for police to stay one step ahead of criminals. In today's world this can only be achieved if law enforcement officials have real-time access to information beyond their own borders....
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