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We’re Entering the Age of Deepfakes

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Fake videos generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI) are more and more convincing. If you have seen Barack Obama call Donald Trump a “complete dipshit” (BuzzFeedVideo 2018), or Mark Zuckerberg brag about having “total control of billions of people’s stolen data” (Yaeger 2019), then you have seen a deepfake. They use a form of AI called […]

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The metaverse brings new cyber risks

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The gap between the physical and the cyber world is narrowing down, and we are spending more and more time in the artificial universe. One of the most exciting new hypes is the metaverse. It is a term that is used to describe a combination of the virtual reality and mixed reality worlds, that is […]

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Is there a risk on your wrist?

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People worldwide are discovering the convenience of having the power of the internet within reach and smartwatches and all kinds of activity trackers have become very popular. These wearable technologies can be used to control your Internet of Things (IoT) devices, such as air conditioning systems, healthcare appliances, surveillance cameras, refrigerators, and a great deal […]

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An overview from an outcomer

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Me and IoT I finally started my long journey into the world of Web of Things. I have been interested to the topic in the past, but unfortunately this technology still needs some time to get traction from the industry, and from a user standpoint this is the main reason to stay away from the […]

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Developing open standards provides benefits to security standards

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Standards development can take time. But depending on the standardization process, there are several potential components that can contribute to the quality and trustworthiness of a security standard, including: a transparent process, different stakeholders, domain competence, a critical mass of security experts, iterations of reviews, implementation feedback, formal verifications, and an open forum for discussion. […]