Common terminology on Information Security CEH v10 - 1

What are the most common or valuable terms on information security ? ‘terminology

Hack value: means when something is worth doing or is interesting for any reason, for example steal information, etc. 215 more words

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More Info About GDPR

Today is the day, and I’m sure a lot of you have been receiving updated privacy and cookie policies from various companies. This is good news because it shows that these companies realize that the way they were abusing our personal info will get them in serious trouble. 83 more words

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Why they want to split up Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook Messenger

European Parliament members asked Mark Zuckerberg today whether Facebook was a monopoly that potentially needed breaking up, echoing concerns voiced in the United States. In a conference with Zuckerberg, German MEP Manfred Weber asked whether the Facebook CEO could name a single European alternative to his “empire,” which includes apps like WhatsApp and Instagram in addition to Facebook. 372 more words

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Alexa - can you eavesdrop on us please

After my post last week about the Panorama programme here in the UK, there was a story in the news today about a couple in the US who were surprised by a call from a friend who had been emailed a recording of their conversation. 15 more words

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Google’s multibillion-dollar business was built by collecting all the information available to its users. Selfish Ledger is a video produced by Google that offers a stunningly ambitious and unsettling perception of how some people at the company envision to use that information in the future. 16 more words

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NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell Remarks to Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute

On Wednesday, NSA General Counsel Glenn Gerstell delivered the following remarks at the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute in a speech entitled “Failing to Keep Pace: The Cyber Threat and Its Implications for Our Privacy Laws.” 12 more words

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