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How a company founded by ex-spies uses AI to fight hackers

Cybersecurity firm Darktrace uses artificial intelligence to stop cyber attacks before they even start.
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La Comisión Europea renuncia a la legislación contra las noticias falsas (no puede ser verdad ;-) )

Pese a las pruebas de reiteradas injerencias en elecciones recientes, el organismo descarta proponer leyes para proteger los procesos electorales en los 28 países miembros
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Triggering the New Forever War, in Cyberspace

The United States is in the midst of the most resounding policy shift on cyber conflict, one with profound implications for national security and the future of the internet. The just-released U.S. Cyber Command “vision” accurately diagnoses the current state of cyber conflict and outlines an appropriate new operational model for the command: since cyber … Continue reading "Triggering the New Forever War, in Cyberspace"
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China Aims For Near-Total Surveillance, Including in People's Homes

Pilot projects have begun linking surveillance cameras and internet-connected devices to a nationwide platform called 'Sharp Eyes.'
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Mano en el interruptor: "hackers rusos" pueden apagar los Estados Unidos

Спецслужбы США бьют тревогу — хакеры, работающие на Кремль, якобы получили доступ к объектам критической инфраструктуры Америки, из-за чего энергетические станции могут быть отключены злоумышленниками в любой момент. Теперь американцы гадают, воспользуется ли Россия полученной лазейкой в своих целях или не станет обострять и без того напряженные отношения с Белым домом.
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Why the U.S. Should Switch from Cyber-Deterrence to Playing Cyber-Offense

In cyberwarfare, Washington should recognize that the best defense is a good offense.
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EEUU quiere conocer el historial de Internet de cualquiera que desee obtener un visado.

Entre ello se encuentran todas las identidades en redes sociales, números de teléfono, emails e historial de viaje de los últimos 5 años
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Cyber security strategies: What does good look like?

It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of endless cyber threats, but you can protect yourself. Here’s where to start.

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Roger Smith's curator insight, March 30, 11:03 PM

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“A cyber security strategy is required for reputation’s sake, for moral peace of mind, and with the introduction of GDPR on the 25th of May 2018, as a matter of law”

Cyber Security News 24/7's curator insight, April 2, 10:19 AM

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“A cyber security strategy is required for reputation’s sake, for moral peace of mind, and with the introduction of GDPR on the 25th of May 2018, as a matter of law”

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Russian Infowar Targets Transatlantic Bonds

The West’s coordinated expulsion of more than 150 Russian diplomats in response to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal is a sign, perhaps, of a reinvigorated transatlantic relationship – a relationship that pro-Kremlin social media accounts have actively sought to undermine. Until recently, however, most of the attention on Russia’s computational propaganda and online … Continue reading "Russian Infowar Targets Transatlantic Bonds"
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La revolución (o dictadura) de los datos 'big data'

Cada clic en Internet, cada comentario en una red social, cada archivo que se sube o descarga y hasta un error ortográfico genera una catarata de informaci
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Malaysia's anti-fake news law raises media censorship fears

Is an anti-fake news law proposed in Malaysia really designed to protect the country's citizens, or is it just a way for the government to clamp down on the media and stifle free speech?
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Five Benefits GDPR Compliance Will Bring To Your Business

The EU's new regulations may bring challenges, but they also present an enormous opportunity.

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Roger Smith's curator insight, March 29, 9:26 PM

GDPR is just around the corner.   Embracing the program will definately improve your bottom line!


this explains it well

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Hackers disrupt Baltimore's emergency call system; Atlanta still affected

Hackers disrupted service over the weekend of a Baltimore computer network that supports emergency calls, forcing the city to resort to manual operations to handle calls, the city mayor's office said.
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Experts Call Facebook's Latest Controversy a Social Media 'Breach Of Trust'

Security experts are calling for a higher prioritization of data security in the wake of Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal.
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There is No Such Thing as Cyber Deterrence. Please Stop.

History suggests that applying the wrong operational framework to an emerging strategic environment is a recipe for failure. During the World War I, both sides failed to realize that large scale artillery barrages followed by massed infantry assaults were hopeless on a battlefield that strongly favored well-entrenched defense supported by machine gun technology. The Imperial Japanese … Continue reading "There is No Such Thing as Cyber Deterrence. Please Stop."
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Opinion | Facebook Is Not the Problem. Lax Privacy Rules Are

If we learn anything from the recent controversies surrounding the social media giant, it should be that America’s privacy laws need beefing up.
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A cyber attack in Saudi Arabia failed to cause carnage, but the next attempt could be deadly

In August, a petrochemical company with a plant in Saudi Arabia was hit by a new kind of cyber assault. The attack was not designed to simply destroy data or shut down the plant, investigators believe. It was meant to sabotage the firm’s operations and trigger an explosion.
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Israel to probe Facebook over Cambridge Analytica data breach | The Times of Israel

Investigation comes following mass leak of social media giant's data on 50 million users, which was used to aid Trump campaign in 2016 race
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Scotland Yard culpa a las redes sociales de la "epidemia" de asesinatos en Londres

Trece asesinatos en catorce días. La ola de asesinatos en Londres va en preocupante aumento: son ya 30 las muertes a punta de cuchillo en los tres primeros meses del año, frente a
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Say goodbye to the information age: it's all about reputation now

There is an underappreciated paradox of knowledge that plays a pivotal role in our advanced hyper-connected liberal democracies: the greater the amount of information that circulates, the more we rely on so-called reputational devices to evaluat
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La "fea verdad" de Facebook contada por su vicepresidente

Los problemas de Facebook van in crescendo. Anoche, el portal de noticias Buzzfeed filtraba un memorando escrito hace dos años por el vicepresidente de la compañía e íntimo de Mark
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Fibra óptica: Internet submarino y 'supersónico'

Llega el cable de Facebook, Microsoft y Telefónica. Transmite datos 16 millones de veces más rápido que una conexión casera
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With Its New 'White Book,' France Looks to Become a World-Class Player in Cyber Space

On April 8, 2015, TV5 monde, an international French channel boasting 32 million viewers every week, was suddenly cut off air, with its websites eventually displaying banners advertising a so-called “Cyber Caliphate.” The channel had been the victim of a sophisticated cyber attack, stoking anxiety exactly four months
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The Challenge of Bias in AI

As AI grows, companies will need to make sure that the bias in their data sets meets legal and social standards (while also being technically accurate).
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“Fake News” Offers Latin American Consolidated Powers An Opportunity to Censor Opponents

Today’s headlines are dominated by the role of misinformation campaigns or “fake news” in undermining democracy in the West. From ongoing accusations of Russian meddling in Trump’s election to Russian efforts to sway the Brexit and French Presidential election votes, these countries ar
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Por qué no hay que tener miedo de la inteligencia artificial

La irrupción de una tecnología requiere nuevas reglas. ¿Cómo lidiamos con los robots?
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