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Why the FDA will focus on cybersecurity, medtech big data in 2017

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Why the FDA will focus on cybersecurity, medtech big data in 2017

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The FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) laid out its 2017 regulatory science priorities, targeting ten areas including cybersecurity and medical device big data.
Also among the priorities are several new focus areas, such a precision

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German police to focus on ‘dark net’ crime after mass shooting

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German police to focus on ‘dark net’ crime after mass shooting

WIESBADEN — German police will do more to fight crime committed on the “dark net”, they said on Wednesday, days after a gunman killed nine people with a weapon bought on that hidden part of the internet. “We see that the dark net is a growing trading place and therefore we need to prioritise our […]

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Focus shifts to bullying after Wisconsin prom shooting – Education Week

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Terror attacks push CIB’s focus towards transnational crimes

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Terror attacks push CIB’s focus towards transnational crimes

The deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Nov 13 have persuaded the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) to step up its work in suppressing transnational crimes. The police are trying to better understand how such gangs operate in Thailand, to make crime-busting efforts more effective. Information on the 18 most common types of criminalACTIVITIES perpetrated by gangs in Thailand is in the CIB’s new database and it will be used to launch a massive crackdown by the end of the year, said a police source. CIB chief Thitirach Nonghanpithak has assigned his deputy, Pol Maj Gen Chan Wimolsri, to oversee the formation of the CIB’s centre for suppression of transnational criminals. At a meeting of 11 divisions under the CIB on Nov 16, Pol Lt Gen Thitirach pointed to the necessity of improving management of the police’s database, which provides the fundamental basis for combating transnational crimes. It is not uncommon for foreign groups to commit crimes in Thailand, but there was no central criminal database to record theACTIVITIES and behaviour of suspects. Other agencies also had no information to offer the police, according to Pol Lt Gen Thitirach. However, now the database is in place, it looks certain to benefit […]

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Protection focus of cyber security conference

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“Many criminal and adversaries use hacking techniques to do bad things, but at the same time many of the hackers that are here think we are a national resource and something to be cultivated, not feared,” Bryan Fite, organizer of the ninth-annual Day-Con Hacker Conference called “Day Con Nine 2015 // Nowhere to Hide,” told News Center 7 Reporter Rachel Murray on Thursday. “The sensors ..and these automated systems the drones that are going to be with us now into the future,” Fite said. “We are going to have to cohabitate with the Internet of dangerous things.” Fite, Matthias Luft with German cyber security company ERNW and other convention attendees say you can protect yourself and your online data by taking a few choice steps: * Choose strong passwords, * Don’t use the same password for multiple accounts, * Don’t click on everything you get via email or instant message, * Don’t click on attachments unless you are really sure it’s valid. Source: http://www.whio.com/news/news/local/protection-focus-of-cyber-security-conference/nn4DW/

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Several Nexus 6P third-party cases block the laser auto focus, which could break your phone

Before you buy a case for your new Nexus 6P, better check out a problem that has some case manufacturers kicking themselves in the back. Some of the third-party cases listed on Amazon’s site will block the laser auto focus used with the rear camera. The sensor for the laser auto focus is located on the black bar, just to the right of the flash. If you look at the official Nexus 6P product video and pause it at the 18 second mark, the laser auto focus is clearly seen next to the flash.

When looking at the very first render that showed the black bar on the Huawei 6P on August 24th, the laser …

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Local police chiefs focus on accountability, technology

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The national debate over how police interact with the public hasn’t gone unnoticed by several chiefs in Lake County. It’s the paths they’re taking to increase police accountability that differ. Police chiefs in Hammond, East Chicago, Gary, Griffith and Schererville also face the never-ending challenge of finding funding to purchase a growing list of technologies. Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said his department is currently testing body cameras from four companies. All officers working on patrol, traffic and gang and narcotics units could begin wearing the cameras by this summer. The cameras often are held up as a way to reduce unfounded complaints and increase police accountability. Two controversies last year in which Hammond police were accused of racial profiling and excessive force have decreased initial resistance to the cameras among the rank and file, Doughty said. The department is looking to purchase 125 to 150 body cameras at a cost of about $80,000, he said. The Gary Police Department also is in the process of acquiring body cameras for testing, spokesman Thomas Decanter said. East Chicago police have “an open mind” and are researching the feasibility of body cameras, Police Chief Mark Becker said. One of the greatest challenges […]

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Miami Port Security Operations Conference & Expo to focus on topics including business continuity, technology management

John Wagley Top Priority Sector:  maritime_port_security The Port Security Operations Conference & Expo 2014 will include a wide range of speakers from the public and private sectors, covering numerous security topics. Read More….

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ASIS New York City Security Conference and Expo to focus on topics including terrorism, active shooters

John Wagley Top Priority Sector:  law_enforcement_first_responders One of the highlights of the upcoming

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Security hackers got you scared? Focus on fundamentals, not hype

  You see them all over the news – reports of high-profile data breaches and computer attacks. This is a result of increased dependence on computers and increasing sophistication of the threats. Organizations and individuals who rely on computers, whether they sit in the boardroom or the family room, are wondering how they can protect against attacks, both […]

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