Blogging for Governments

Does anyone know on blogging applications that are being developed or targeted at governmental applications. Governments can benefit from blogging with applications such as: periodic public announcements in the city, state and federal level. Intra-agency secure communications. Give us your feedback.

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Solving Data Privacy Once and For All

The way online services are setup today implies that the only technical means to provide a more personalized experience to customers is to collect as much as possible personal data into a server and then to put it into some machine that offers recommendations. Personalization is convenience, and we all want convenience, even at the …

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Risks of Artificial Intelligence on Society

Random Thoughts on Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence, and Future Risks at the OECD Event – AI: Intelligent Machines, Smart Policies It is the end of the first day of a fascinating event in artificial intelligence, its impact on societies and how policymakers should act upon what seems like a once in lifetime technological revolution. As …

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Accountability – Where AI and Blockchain Intersect

Recently I’ve been thinking about the intersection of blockchain and AI and although several exciting directions are rising from the intersection of the technologies I want to explore one direction here. One of the hottest discussions on AI is whether to constraint AI with regulation and ethics to prevent apocalyptic future. Without going into whether …

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A Cyber Visit to London

CDA I had a super interesting visit to London for two cyber-related events. The first was a meeting of the CDA which is a new collaboration effort among the top European banks headed by Barclays Global CISO and the CDA themselves. The Israel Founders Group assembled top experts from the world of cyber security and …

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My Security Crystal Ball

2014 has ended and 2015 is just warming up. We had a year full with big news on security threats and breaches and I collected some industry predictions for 2015 and added my own abbreviated commentary. At the end you can find my own predictions for security in 2015.   Julliane Pepitone on CNBC predicts: Attacks …

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Counter Attacks – Random Thoughts

The surging amount of cyber attacks against companies and their dear consequences pushes companies to the edge. Defensive measures can go only so far in terms of effectiveness, assuming they are fully deployed which is also far from being the common case. Companies are too slow to react to this new threat which is caused …

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