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A scary look at future cybersecurity threats - SiliconBeat

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A scary look at future cybersecurity threats
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For a frightening crystal-ball look at where technology might be taking us, have a gander at this series of videos produced by cyber security firm Trend Micro.

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yet to have a look.....and read..

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UK banks to draw up Doomsday cyber attack plans - SC Magazine UK

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UK banks to draw up Doomsday cyber attack plans
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The UK's biggest banks and financial institutions have been given a deadline of six months to come up with a credible cyber attack plan.

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Report outlines characteristics of nation-state driven cyber attacks - The Guardian

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Report outlines characteristics of nation-state driven cyber attacks
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"The biggest challenge to deterring, defending against, or retaliating for cyber-attacks is the problem of correctly identifying the perpetrator.

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Technology: Rise of the replicants

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Rapid advances in artificial intelligence now threaten the jobs of educated white-collar workers


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PeterT's curator insight, March 9, 2014 7:01 AM
More on automation and the impact on employability of (human) workers in both manual and information roles. A key message is that the way work is configured will have to change to take full advantage of automation - and the integration of autonomous agents (whether virtual or physical) with human workers. You know my take on this - so what does this mean for education?
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Cyber Security Awareness - Why Higher Education Institutions Need To Address ... - Huffington Post (blog)

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DHS roundtable. Champlain College hosts Department of Homeland Security Roundtable.

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Infrastructure Cybersecurity: Carrots And Sticks - InformationWeek

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Infrastructure Cybersecurity: Carrots And Sticks
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A key part of the executive order, known as E.O. 13636, calls for setting up a voluntary cybersecurity framework that can be adopted by companies.

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The UK is part-way delivering this through Universities, trainers and content providers!

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Noam Chomsky on Technology & Learning

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You need a frame of reference, somewhere to start: but what about Sugata Mitras',  'Hole in the Wall' experiment where children taught themselves and then each other, how to use a PC? Admittedly it took them a while.....

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PeterT's curator insight, January 20, 2014 4:50 AM

Fascinating/thought provoking 5 minute exerpt from interview between @GrahamBM  and Noam Chomsky on digital technology and education. Noam argues that digital technology has been less significant for society than the technologies introduced a hundred years earlier (e.g. telegraph vs ships; plumming for health). He emphasises the importance of having a framework for making sense of the world (or information on the Internet) - without which you are dealing with meaningless snippets of information. 

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MOOCs in 2013: Breaking Down the Numbers (EdSurge News)

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In November 2011 I was taking one of the first MOOCs from Stanford. At that time, many new MOOCs were being announced and I started Class Central as a way to keep track of them and figure out what I should take next.

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PeterT's curator insight, January 16, 2014 9:16 AM

An alternative analysis of MOOC data for 2013 - at least this time they know about smaller providers such as FutureLearn ...