Tag: security

Port of Rotterdam preparing for annual World Port Hackaton

On September 4-5, the Port of Rotterdam is to hold the third edition of what has now become its annual World Port Hackaton. Hackers, programmers, stakeholders and enthusiasts are invited to attend the two-day event and join the teams. Together

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Open Data: Privacy & Security

Civic hackers and open data are children of public-spirited and trusting Gen Xers in the same way that personal computers, open source software and the Internet were the children of altruistic and ingenuous Baby Boomers. Unfortunately, altruistic and trusting children

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Digital Experience ‘Musts’: Why Open Source Matters to Government

Why OSS Matters to Government There are clear reasons why governments are putting increased attention on open source solutions. No Lock-in With OSS, governments maintain complete control of their applications and data. They are not locked into proprietary formats, feature

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Jean Yang on Privacy

We recently contacted a few industry experts to share their opinions on a subject that matters to them. Featured on the blog today is Jean Yang — a final-year PhD  student at MIT and Harvard alumnus. Her research interests include

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Open Data is here so how do we do it securely?

Security and research information is a hot topic right now for a number of reasons, not least the transparency agenda and the desire, quite rightly, to be as open as possible about data relating to the conditions and outcomes of

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