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Databunker secure storage

blog post image Really like this approach putting privacy tools all in one place. Warrants some experimentation. "Databunker gives strong, serious, real personal-data protection for customer records without expensive custom coding and with full customer visibility."

CISA: Chinese state hackers are exploiting F5, Citrix, Pulse Secure, and Exchange bugs | ZDNet

blog post image CISA: Chinese state hackers are exploiting F5, Citrix, Pulse Secure, and Exchange bugs | ZDNet

Show evidence that apps for COVID-19 contact-tracing are secure and effective

blog post image "Show evidence that apps for COVID-19 contact-tracing are secure and effective: Governments see coronavirus apps as key to releasing lockdowns. In exchange for people’s health data, they must promise to work together to develop the highest standards of safety and efficacy. Governments see coronavirus...

Apple Abandoned Encrypted iCloud Backups After FBI Intervened

blog post image "Apple Abandoned Encrypted iCloud Backups After FBI Intervened - ExtremeTech: According to a new report, Apple dropped plans that would have made user data even more secure by encrypting backups. It made this course change after the FBI quietly expressed concern that it could harm investigations." Companies...

Animated video can more cost-effectively reach the widest – even geographically isolated – populations, it readily

blog post image Animated video can more cost-effectively reach the widest – even geographically isolated – populations, it readily complements extension services and international development community efforts to secure knowledge transfer and recipient buy-in for innovations. Implications and future research...

UK needs to act urgently to secure NHS data for British public, report warns: Algorithms based on NHS records could seed

blog post image UK needs to act urgently to secure NHS data for British public, report warns: Algorithms based on NHS records could seed an ‘entirely new industry’ in AI-based diagnostics and mint billions for tech companies, strategic review reveals. "Sir John Bell, a professor of medicine at Oxford university...

Chrome will start marking HTTP sites in Incognito mode as non-secure in October 2017: Google today announced the second

blog post image Chrome will start marking HTTP sites in Incognito mode as non-secure in October 2017: Google today announced the second step in its plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure in Chrome. Starting in October 2017, Chrome will mark HTTP sites with entered data and HTTP sites in Incognito mode as non-secure.

Judge warns of 'blood on our hands' if suicidal girl is forced out of secure care: Sir James Munby, head of high court’s

blog post image Judge warns of 'blood on our hands' if suicidal girl is forced out of secure care: Sir James Munby, head of high court’s family division, ‘ashamed and embarrassed’ no hospital place has been found for 17-year-old girl X. The judge added: “We are, even in these times of austerity, one of the...

NHSbuntu - a modern, secure, open source, operating system being considered by Jeremy Hunt for the NHS. It seems to have

blog post image NHSbuntu - a modern, secure, open source, operating system being considered by Jeremy Hunt for the NHS. It seems to have taken the recent ransomware attack on the ageing Windows XP infrastructure of the NHS to alert those in charge to an innovation that has already been developed from within it. NHSbuntu...

Tell big brands: stop rainforest destruction: Big brands like PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson & Colgate are still using rainforest-destroying

blog post image Tell big brands: stop rainforest destruction: Big brands like PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson & Colgate are still using rainforest-destroying palm oil. We have to force them to stop before the Indonesian rainforest is ablaze again.

Want to improve teaching in universities? Value those who teach: As university reform draws nearer, the government must

blog post image Want to improve teaching in universities? Value those who teach: As university reform draws nearer, the government must address the sector’s growing problem of insecure working conditions

Dutch police claim they can crack PGP-encrypted BlackBerrys | ExtremeTech: A new report from Dutch authorities claims that

blog post image Dutch police claim they can crack PGP-encrypted BlackBerrys | ExtremeTech: A new report from Dutch authorities claims that PGP-encrypted BlackBerrys can be cracked with specialized hardware, illustrating how difficult it is to secure hardware in someone else's possession.

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