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Cyber Diplomacy – a course from UN Office for Disarmament Affairs

I just finished the online course “Cyber Diplomacy“, a course from the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs. For me it was interesting to find out how much from the real world has been already applied to the cybersecurity world. Unfortunately, by seeing this, I realized that actually nobody cares about these UN resolutions. For example, did you know that a country should not allow hackers to perform attacks on another country from within its territory? And how should this be controlled? We hear almost every week that Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, and many more are performing cyberattacks on “their enemies” (observe the quotes). If they are members of UN (click the links above to see details. Conclusion: The course is interesting, even if you don’t actually learn new concepts about cybersecurity. You do learn how serious cybersecurity is being taken by the UN. And this is good…


How to stay safe when being exclusively online

EN https://www.europol.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/safe-at-home_final.pdf DE https://www.europol.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/safe-at-home_de.pdf RO https://www.europol.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/safe-at-home_ro.pdf More here: https://www.europol.europa.eu/activities-services/public-awareness-and-prevention-guides/make-your-home-cyber-safe-stronghold    Recommendations: Wi-Fi: always change the default router password Install antivirus software on all devices connected to the internet Choose strong and different passwords  for your email and social media accounts Review your apps’ permissions and delete those you don’t use Back up your data and run regular  software updates Secure electronic devices with passwords, PIN or biometric information Review the privacy  settings of your social media accounts Online shopping safety tips Buy from reliable online vendors and check individual ratings Think twice: if an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is Use credit cards when shopping online for stronger customer protection Check your bank account often for suspicious activity   DO NOT: Reply to suspicious messages or calls Open links and attachments in unsolicited emails and text messages Share your bank card details or personal financial information Buy things online that seem to be sold out everywhere else Send money upfront to someone you don’t know Share news that doesn’t come from official sources Make donations to charities without double-checking their authenticity                              …



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