Most Consumers Concerned ISPs Monitor, Share and Sell Their Personal Data

  Majority of Americans Show Deep Interest in Applying Sharing Economy Model to Internet Connectivity   Oakland, Calif. August 2, 2018 – So much of what we do takes place online and as our digital world grows, so does the power of Internet service providers (ISPs). Open Garden, the decentralized ISP solution, recently surveyed 1,000 Americans to better understand consumer perceptions toward Internet service providers and privacy concerns regarding their online activities and personal information.     Most Americans access the Internet through large ISPs including Comcast Xfinity, Charter Communications…

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How the Embedded Vault uses EOT

There are many areas where the Embedded Vault uses and will use EOT in the future, as short explanation follows.   Installation EOT is used in the installation process of the Embedded Vault.   Dynamic Key Creation: Every time the Embedded Vault or an application inside the EV is used a small cryptocurrency transaction takes place in the background and EOT is used in the process of creating the keys.   EOT Wallet: This is the most obvious use for EOT.  EOT is a very effective, fast and secure payment…

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New IoT White Paper explains Hacking Vulnerability and Solutions

With the unhindered growth and acceptability of internet globally, the revolution and evolution of its successor, Internet of Things has been massive, slowly erasing the distinguishing line between real and virtual.     This thrilling piece of technology is maturing at an unparalleled rate, connecting innumerable diversified smart objects in an all-encompassing network.   The technological ecosystem can be imagined as a three-node cycle comprising of “people” that run the ecosystem, “internet” on which the ecosystem runs and “intelligent device” that support the ecosystem.     Unfortunately  “most good things…

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Cybersecurity – Two-Thirds of Middle East Bank CEOs at Risk of Losing Jobs According to Metin Mitchell Research

DUBAI, UAE – Two-thirds of bank chief executives (71%) in the Middle East could be at risk of losing their jobs because they are not managing cybersecurity risks effectively.   Research shows that only 29% of Middle East banks with assets of more than $10bn have a chief information security officer (CISO) reporting directly to the chief executive – a key sign among cybersecurity professionals that an organization is taking and managing these threats seriously. More than a third (35%) of CISOs have no direct reporting line to any C-level executives.   The research was carried…

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International Cyberattack Throws Multiple Countries into Chaos!

DEVELOPING STORY – An International Cyberattack has hit multiple countries.   As reported by the New York Times:  “Unknown hackers launched simultaneous attacks against computer systems around the world, holding vital information for ransom and throwing government agencies, businesses and hospitals into chaos. More than 45,000 attacks have been recorded in as many as 74 countries, including Russia, Turkey, Vietnam, the Philippines and Japan, according to Kaspersky Labs, a Russian cybersecurity firm. Among the companies and government agencies affected were FedEx, Britain’s National Health Service and the Russian Interior Ministry.”…

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