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Proposed Argentina Law Would Create Stronger Penalties for Attacks on Teachers – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

The proposed law is meant to increase the public’s respect for the teaching profession in Argentina.

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Cyber security predicted to create 1 million jobs

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In a world that’s increasingly dependant on computers and the cloud for day-to-day functioning, the risks posed by hackers is very real. Identifying this, the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), Data Security Council of India (DSCI)and security software company Symantec have collectively announced their Cyber Security Skill Development Initiative.

The consortium, which signed an MoU last year to create the initiative, believes that the cyber security sector possesses great potential with a projected revenue earning of about $35 billion, creating one million new jobs, the Business Standard reported.
“We estimate that cyber security is about $2.5-3 billion or about 2 percent of the close to $150 billion Indian IT sector. With the sector on track to reach $350 billion by 2025, we estimate 10 percent of this to be cyber security,” NASSCOM Chair Cyber Security Task Force Rajendra Pawar said at a press conference.

NASSCOM set up the task force with the intent to position India as the global hub for data security, the Times of India reported. NASSCOM estimated that the IT security market will be worth about $77 billion in 2015, with a work force of about 4 million people. In accordance with the 8 percent growth rate it has pegged against the sector, it further estimates that the workforce will grow to 6 million in 2019.

Under the initiative, the consortium launched the National Occupational Standards for 10 cyber security job roles with the corresponding Qualification Packs (QP) in line with the National Skills Qualifications Framework (NSQF).

Symantec also announced that it would be awarding scholarships to 1,000 women undertaking the course. “Building the next generation of cyber professionals is key to securing India’s critical information infrastructure, battling cybercrime and making the ‘Digital India’ initiative successful,” Sanjay Rohatgi, senior vice-president of Asia Pacific and Japan at Symantec, said.

“As the global leader in cyber security, Symantec partners closely with governments and law enforcement agencies around the world. Leading on from our commitment in 2015, we continue to work closely with NASSCOM to build a cadre of world class, skilled and certified cyber security professionals in India, with a special focus on youth and women.”

NASSCOM President R Chandrashekhar added that the initiative would help curb cyber crime, while developing a generation of skilled youth.
Source:http://www.ibtimes.co.in/cyber-security-predicted-create-1-million-jobs-nasscom-675267

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House passes bill to create statewide definition of bullying – Education Week

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Evernote Touch now lets users create checkboxes, attach photos to notes

Evernote Touch on Windows 10 has nabbed a pretty nifty update that brings along with it some cool new editing features. Included in the latest update is the ability to create checkboxes, attach photos to a note, and much more.

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Why did BlackBerry create the Passport Silver Edition?

Why has BlackBerry decided to offer an updated version of the BlackBerry Passport? According to the company’s Senior Industrial Designer Di Tao, the BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition combines a more premium look for the device in an attempt to capture a broader appeal for the phone. A metal frame has been employed in the updated model, which is a tad taller and tad thinner than the original Passport model. The frame helps the phone better survive a fall to the floor. The new design on the back, according to Tao, provides an improved grip and helps the Passport feel more secure in your hands, and …

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The 3 Best Hacking Techniques To Create A Security Breach

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I find that good, law-abiding citizens are fascinated by what I do. I’m a penetration tester, a.k.a. “white hat” or “ethical” hacker. In other words, companies hire me to break into their systems for a living to demonstrate where there are vulnerabilities. (I can’t believe I get paid for doing this!) If you want to avoid a cyber security breach at your company, I recommend that you understand – and guard against – three hacking techniques that your enemies (the “black hat” hackers) use every day. First, let’s set the stage. Let’s say that your company is Big Boxes 4U, a major mass-market retailer with more than 1,500 locations in the United States. Your innovative designer partnerships, high-quality product mix, and great customer service have earned you a loyal customer following. You capture customer information every day at the point of sale, including both in-store and online purchases. The result is a central database that houses a collection of valuable customer information that gives insight into how your customers shop, what they buy, and what products and services they prefer. Just as you value this information, so do hackers. Here’s how they create a cyber security breach. Hacking Technique #1: […]

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Forensic experts create e-fits from DNA: Traces at crime scenes used to build face shapes with accurate eye and skin colours Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2932943/Forensic-experts-create-e-fits-DNA-Traces-crime-scenes-used-build-face-shapes-accurate-eye-skin-colours.html#ixzz3QJZVFjNT Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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 Powered by Max Banner Ads Until now, DNA left at the scene of a crime only proves useful if it is already stored in a database and can be matched to a suspect. But a team of forensic experts have devised a way to recreate the face of a person, including eye and skin colour, using as little as 50 picograms (0.05 nanograms) of extracted DNA. Called DNA phenotyping, the tests also determine the person’s ancestry, if they have freckles and can be used to match with distant relatives. DNA phenotyping is the prediction of physical appearance from DNA and is a technique being pioneered by Virginia-based Parabon Nanolabs. The technology can be used to generate leads in criminal cases where there are no suspects or database hits, or to help identify remains, for example. Samples can be potentially taken from as little as a fingerprint. Parabon’s Snapshot Forensic system is said to be able to accurately predict genetic ancestry, eye colour, hair colour, skin colour, freckling, and face shape in individuals from any ethnic background. Each prediction is presented with a ‘measure of confidence’. As an example, the test can say a person has green eyes with 61 per cent confidence, […]

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