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Thanasis Priftis

​Cybersecurity quick check for SME | ICTswitzerland - 0 views

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    "This questionnaire enables your company to determine the current situation and shows you whether you are implementing the most important technical, organisational and employee-related measures for a minimum level of cybersecurity protection. Rather than focusing on a comprehensive and complete analysis, this is a way for SMEs - especially those with little in-depth understanding of computing and IT security - to quickly and easily find out whether their technical, organisational and staff-related measures provide sufficient protection against cyber-risks. Learn in the Cybersecurity guide how you can better protect your business against threats from cyberspace and use the free tools of the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit to make your business more secure today."
gsbattleman

Secure email: ProtonMail is free encrypted email. - 0 views

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    Alternative email provider. Proposes a free tier, and paying additional tiers. Free tier doesn't compromise on security. Supports IMAP and custom domains (for paying tiers). Easy tool to import AND export your emails, to migrate to a new provider. Also developping calendar, contacts, drive, and VPN. They have been Open Source (even Free, license MIT) since day 1.
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    Audited independently, passed in July 2021 https://protonmail.com/blog/security-audit/
Cyrielle Casse

Hypertext Transfer Protocol - Wikipédia - 0 views

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    L'HyperText Transfer Protocol, plus connu sous l'abréviation HTTP - littéralement « protocole de transfert hypertexte » - est un protocole de communication client-serveur développé pour le World Wide Web. HTTPS (avec S pour secured, soit « sécurisé ») est la variante du HTTP sécurisée par l'usage des protocoles SSL ou TLS.
Thanasis Priftis

A Cowaboo story for "smart contracts" - 1 views

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    Related bookmarks: - Coalition of Automated Legal Applications | Working Groups http://coala.global/?page_id=15461 - Bitlov is a blockchain secured money automation system for individuals, corporations, and also charities. http://www.bitlov.com - How to Write Safe Smart Contracts https://chriseth.github.io/notes/talks/safe_solidity/#/ - Doing Distributed Business | Eris + IPFS https://db.erisindustries.com/distributed%20business/2015/11/01/eris-and-ipfs/ - Slock.it to Introduce Smart Locks Linked to Smart Ethereum Contracts, Decentralize the Sharing Economy | Bitcoin Magazine - https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/slock-it-to-introduce-smart-locks-linked-to-smart-ethereum-contracts-decentralize-the-sharing-economy-1446746719 Pay for Performance, Simplified - http://smartcontract.com/ Related articles: - Smart contract https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart%20contract - Ethereum https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethereum - Crypto-anarchism https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crypto-anarchism - Block chain (database) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Block%20chain%20%28database%29
philippesalamank

Louis Pouzin - histoire d'internet - 1 views

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    "Louis Pouzin est un des premiers ingénieurs français à s'intéresser à la discipline de l'informatique. Dans les années 1970, sur la base de ses connaissances acquises au MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) et chez Bull, il dirige le projet Cyclades, un des premiers réseaux ordinateurs au sein de l'Iria (ex-Inria). Dans le cadre de ce projet, il créé le datagramme et le modèle de transmission des données par paquet. Ces travaux seront à l'origine de la création du protocole TCP/IP par Vinton Cerf et Robert Kahn. Il s'agit du principe d'Internet. Aujourd'hui, face au développement de l'Internet mondial, Louis Pouzin préconise des évolutions et prend notamment position dans des affaires telles que celle des écoutes de la National Security Agency (NSA)."
Thanasis Priftis

About the Data - Mapping Police Violence - 0 views

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    Law enforcement agencies across the country have failed to provide us with even basic information about the lives they have taken. And while the recently signed Death in Custody Reporting Act mandates this data be reported, its unclear whether police departments will actually comply with this mandate and, even if they do decide to report this information, it could be several years before the data is fully collected, compiled and made public. We cannot wait to know the true scale of police violence against our communities. And in a country where at least three people are killed by police every day, we cannot wait for police departments to provide us with these answers. The maps and charts on this site aim to provide us with the answers we need. They include information on 1,131 known police killings - including 1,067 arrest-related deaths (according to Bureau of Justice Statistics definitions) as well as 64 unintentional, off-duty and/or in-custody deaths - that occurred in 2014. They also include information on 1,080 police killings in 2013, 1,131 in 2015, 1,129 police killings in 2016 and 1,147 killings in 2017. 93 percent of the killings in our database occurred while a police officer was acting in a law enforcement capacity. Importantly, these data do not include killings by vigilantes or security guards who are not off-duty police officers.
Thanasis Priftis

Open Bank Project | Home - 0 views

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    "The Open Bank Project is an open source API and App store for banks that empowers financial institutions to securely and rapidly enhance their digital offerings using an ecosystem of 3rd party applications and services"
Thanasis Priftis

Munich commits to "Public Money? Public Code!" - 0 views

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    "The FSFE welcomes the "Public Money? Public Code!" policy by the new Munich government. After the last government of SPD and CSU had distanced itself from the prior progressive Free Software strategy this is now a positive signal again. Public administrations following the principle of "Public Money? Public Code!" can benefit from collaboration with other public bodies, independence from single vendors, potential tax savings, increased innovation, and a better basis for IT security.", says Matthias Kirschner, President of the Free Software Foundation Europe."
Thanasis Priftis

Blockchain beyond EHRs: Transforming value-based payment, precision medicine, patient-c... - 0 views

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    " Electronic Health Records (EHR, EMR) Blockchain beyond EHRs: Transforming value-based payment, precision medicine, patient-centric care While EHRs and information security get all the attention, there are more immediate opportunities for the distributed digital ledger technology."
Thanasis Priftis

The Imminent Decentralized Computing Revolution - The Accelerators - WSJ - 0 views

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    "Decentralization transfers that power from individuals and corporations to technology and immutable math, leading to reduced overheads, improved security, more resiliency and higher efficiency. There are three technologies that will form the foundation of the decentralized computing stack - mesh networks (decentralized networking), block chain (decentralized transactions) and autonomous agents (decentralized decision making)."
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