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2017/02/14Democracy, Hacked: A Security Argument for Data Protection (By Hugo Zylberberg)

The recent Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) report on Russia’s efforts to “undermine public faith in the US democratic process” through “an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the US presidential election” also warns that similar influence operations could be waged against US allies, including France (where I’m from) and Germany. Both…

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2017/01/09Social Bots: New Threats? {By Daniel Guinier}

Since social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have become powerful platforms attracting billions of users, cybercriminals have come to view them as platforms to further their own interests. Thus the development of social networks has been followed by the development of “social bots.” Some social bots form “social botnets” designed to misinform and manipulate…

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2016/11/14The insider security threat: How sharepoint and office 365 measure up (By Peter Bradley, CEO, Torsion Information Security)

Of all information security threats, the ‘insider’ security threat usually isn’t the image that first springs to people’s minds. Angry young men in darkened bedrooms, perhaps. Or, maybe, offices full of reclusive geniuses, hacking away at the behest of their government.   The costliest form of information security incident is none of these things. Rather,…

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