Is there Security and Privacy on the Web?
Hosted in the smallest room at the GES, the session on “Ensuring Cybersecurity” was so well attended there was no space for extra seating. Panelists Illias Chantzos (Symantec), Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Internet activist, developer), John Lyons (CEO Cyberdefense Alliance) and Jamie Shea (Cybersecurity NATO) held a good and lively discussion in […]
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Pluses and Minuses of the Berlin Barcamp
Conferences and barcamps can be really great or they can be a dismal failure. The measure of success depends on the structure of participants, organization, topics and one element that is hard to describe even though it’s one you can actually feel – the ‘atmosphere’. Organization Despite the fact that […]
The Age of Too Much Information and How to Deal With It
“One of the effects of living with electric information is that we live habitually in a state of information overload. There’s always more than you can cope with”, Marshall McLuhan said on The Best of Ideas on CBC Radio in 1967. As with many of McLuhan’s other quotes, this one […]