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Singapore should not criminalise good intent to encourage data sharing in cybersecurity – ZDNet

The Singapore government should not criminalise cybersecurity activities carried out with good intent in order to encourage the sharing of valuable threat information, which will help the industry better combat attacks. It also should clearly define its proposed mandate that would compel organisations to report a data breach within 72 …

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How Wales has evolved into a hotspot for cyber security – ComputerWeekly.com

While Wales may be relatively small country, it has always been a catalyst for big industry. Throughout the 1800s and 1900s, it was a pioneering force for coal and steel, with Welsh companies trading right throughout the world. However, times have changed, and these sectors have become obsolete. By submitting …

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Facebook Security Chief: Cybersecurity Pros Need More Empathy to Protect Us – MIT Technology Review

Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief security officer. Facebook was arguably the most important battleground for information warfare in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, and its chief security officer says cybersecurity professionals need to do more to protect Internet users from bad actors. That will require something that’s too often …

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Cybersecurity: Not your typical Vt. summer camp – Rutland Herald

High school students from around the country listen to experts Tuesday during the State Cyber Challenge cyberattack simulation in Waterbury. The simulation was held at the state’s Emergency Operation Center as part of a weeklong cybersecurity camp conducted by Norwich University. STEFAN HARD / STAFF PHOTO WATERBURY — High school …

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​Is 'cybersecurity' the Y2K of this generation? – Phoenix Business Journal

​Is ‘cybersecurity‘ the Y2K of this generation?Phoenix Business JournalI’ve got another complaint to share. If one more great technology discussion or seminar gets sidetracked by someone raising the specter of cybersecurity, I’m going to hack into their phone and fill it with pictures of my dogs. It seems like every …

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Girl Scouts soon can earn cybersecurity badges – Midland Reporter-Telegram

Girl Scouts watch an experiment during a summer day camp in Long Beach, on July 3, 2017. Girl Scout troops of girls ages 5 to 17 are being taught everything from robotics to video game design these days, and now the organization is adding cybersecurity to its list of badges …

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California groups collaborate on cybersecurity education program – EdScoop News (press release) (registration) (blog)

The new program, Cyberhub, will organize the state’s many leaders in the field to promote cybersecurity involvement among students. (Getty Images) A host of California governmental, industry and education partners have announced the joint creation of an educational cybersecurity organization known as the California Cyberhub. The main point of contact …

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Russia in talks with US to create cybersecurity working group – Geektime

A Russian official says that the United States and Moscow are negotiating to set up a joint cybersecurity working group &nbspAnas Baig18 hours ago A Russian official says that the United States and Moscow are negotiating to set up a joint cybersecurity working group. Russia …

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Rivetz set to launch ICO for decentralized cybersecurity token to secure devices – CryptoNinjas

Rivetz Intl, a newly formed subsidiary of Rivetz Corp, will this upcoming week begin its ICO for the previously announced RvT cyber security token, created to combine trusted computing with blockchain technology that can offer comprehensive privacy protection. Rivetz believes the RvT token will enable multi-factor authentication across devices, to …

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International Cyber Security Evidently Not a Trump Priority – BillMoyers.com

International Cyber Security Evidently […] If there’s one thing you can say for Rex Tillerson’s leadership of the State Department, it is that he doesn’t appear all that concerned with the “optics” of his policy changes. We recently reported that Tillerson is poised to shutter the office of war crimes, …

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