[Internet Society] L’Internet des objets à la loupe : n’oubliez pas de lire les petites lignes lors de l’achat d’objets connectés

La saison des fêtes approche à grands pas et la frénésie autour des nouveaux objets IoT (Internet des objets) bat son plein : les « appareils intelligents » se déclinent pour la maison, en trackers d’activité/santé et en une multitude de jouets connectés. Cependant, tout cet engouement nous fait oublier de lire les petites lignes : * Ces produits sont-ils […]

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[Internet Society] Meeting Four of the Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security

The Canadian Multistakeholder Process: Enhancing IoT Security meeting takes place in Ottawa today, November 20th, from 1PM-5PM EST. This is the fourth session in a year-long series. The meetings have been convened to develop recommendations for a set of norms/policy to secure the Internet of Things in Canada and are a joint initiative of The […]

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[Internet Society] Stakeholder Workshop Held to Discuss Tajikistan IXP

The Internet Society in conjunction with the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation – Tajikistan and the CAREN3 project organised an IXP workshop on 25 October 2018 at the Center of Written Heritage of the Tajik Academy of Sciences, in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. This followed on from a previous workshop held in 2017, and brought together nearly 30 stakeholders […]

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[Internet Society] The Week in Internet News: The Bottom Line of IoT Security

The cost of IoT breaches: Companies struggling with Internet of things security are seeing a monetary impact, says WeLiveSecurity.com. About a quarter of companies struggling with IoT security have reported losses of at least US $34 million in the last two years, according to a recent survey. International cyber deal: French President Emmanuel Macron called […]

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[Internet Society] El Buen Fin: Tips to Shop Smart

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the first edition of the International Internet and Entrepreneurship Forum (FIIE), in Monterrey, Mexico. The event was convened by NIC Mexico and other organizations of the Internet community of Latin America and the Caribbean as part of the activities of INCmty, an entrepreneurial festival with several […]

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[Internet Society] Route Leak Causes Major Google Outage

Google recently faced a major outage in many parts of the world thanks to a BGP leak. This incident that was caused by a Nigerian ISP – Mainone – occurred on 12 November 2018 between 21.10 and 22.35 UTC, and was identified in tweets from the BGP monitoring service BGPMon, as well as the network monitoring […]

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[Internet Society] In Azacualpa, Honduras: “Smart Communities” Help Preserve Collective Memory

Access to the Internet can change people’s lives for the better. This is particularly true when communities take ownership of that access and take full advantage of it to improve their quality of life. This has been the case in the community of Azacualpa, a village in Intibucá in Honduras. In Azacualpa, the members of […]

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