Lire la suite à propos de l’article While hospitals set foot in the metaverse, confidentiality and ethical questions arise
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While hospitals set foot in the metaverse, confidentiality and ethical questions arise

After Dubai hosted its first wedding in the metaverse, it recently inaugurated its first medical facility in this virtual dimension. Currently a popular subject, the metaverse has been discussed extensively in terms of how it can transform the work environment, social interactions, business and even the leisure field. However, there hasn’t been much discussion of how it might impact the healthcare industry, despite the fact that this is another area where it could have a seismic effect while futuristic hospitals enter this realm.

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Lire la suite à propos de l’article FIFA World Cup 2022: a new target for cyber-attacks and privacy threats?
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FIFA World Cup 2022: a new target for cyber-attacks and privacy threats?

While a major global event approaches, cyber-attacks often increase. Back to 2018, Russia, the host nation of the FIFA World Cup was the prey to such incidents. 25 million cyber-attacks were shut off by the Russian security services. Fast forward to November 2022, Qatar is the country where the football tournament is held and with this, security issues peak with 1.7 million expected attendees.

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The Session-Replay Scripts

The “Session-Replay Scripts”: when major brands websites use marketing analysis scripts to store our personal data. Websites such as Microsoft.com, Spotify.com or adobe.com started using “session-replay scripts” (SRSc) The SRSc are scripts that are able to save the user browsing path on a website. They are going to store personal…

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The Cyber Streetwise campaign

On the 13th of January 2014, the English government launched the Cyber Streetwise campaign as part of the government’s National Cyber Security programm. Its goal is to prevent people from cyber attacks by giving them advices on how to protect their personnal information.
According to Security Minister James Brokenshire : « The internet has radically changed the way we work and socialise. It has created a wealth of opportunities, but with these opportunities there are also threats. As a government we are taking the fight to cyber criminals wherever they are in the world. However, by taking a few simple steps while online the public can keep cyber criminals out and their information safe. Cyber Streetwise is an innovative new campaign that will provide everyone with the knowledge and confidence to make simple and effective changes to stay safe online. »

https://www.cyberstreetwise.com/#!/street
https://www.cyberstreetwise.com/#!/street

The campaign has been realised by M&C Saatchi Group. Its chairman Tim Duffy defines the campaign as : “one of the most relevant public information campaigns of our time. In cyberstreetwise.com we have created a campaign idea that is as flexible as it is powerful. The success of the campaign will be more and more people in Britain knowing how to be secure online and as a consequence helping to build an even stronger British economy.” (suite…)

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