Would you share the keys to your house to a complete stranger? Well, I thought I was never going to do it, but I did. Moreover, I am not talking literally about the keys to my real house, but rather to the essentials of my digital life, meaning the password of my email account. At … Continue reading Please, do not share your passwords over an open wireless network.
A key aspect to any war is to get to know your enemy. Hence, is important to know which ones are the most common kind of attacks that are out there. However, the below list of network attacks is a basic-kind-of network-attacks list, and since technology is always changing more attacks are created and evolving … Continue reading Do you know which types of network attacks are out there? #Privacy #CyberAware
Cyberspace was created almost 50 years ago with the first Internet enabled connection. Recently, with the rise of the sharing-economy, and as time goes by Internet has impacted more aspect of how people find a romantic or business partner, a taxi, rent a hotel, the precision on how hospitals store our medical records, just to … Continue reading Why the convergence of Public Policy and Internet Governance requires technical people #netgov
The Internet Governance Forum has been celebrated since 10 years ago. According to the IGF main website, the IGF. It was established by the World Summit on the Information Society in 2006. Since then, it has become the leading global multi-stakeholder forum on public policy issues related to Internet Governance. This year, the great event … Continue reading Internet Governance Forum USA JULY 14! #IGFUSA2016
Today begins my journey to Washington D.C. Maybe for me it is not such a long journey as for the rest of the participants who come from other Latin American countries to participate in the South School on Internet Governance to be held from March 29 to April 1st that is going to be held … Continue reading On my way to #SSIG