Category Archives: Security

Asia Trip 2013: Follow the adventures of a crisis mapper in Asia!

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I owe an apology to my readers: I did not disappeared or stopped blogging, I just changed platform for a little while. No worries, this is still my official blog, but for the time being you can see what I … Continue reading

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Crisis Mapping and Cybersecurity – Part III: security is knowledge

In the discussion we had at ICCM on crisis mapping security, we discussed about what are the scenarios where we can see the issue of security arising for a crisis mapping project. According to me those are 4: The case … Continue reading

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Crisis Mapping and Cybersecurity – Part II: Risk Assessment

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This blog expresses only my personal views, and not the one of any organization or institution I have worked or currently work for. I have a background in human rights and humanitarian affairs, and in those fields you do something … Continue reading

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Crisis Mapping and Cybersecurity – Part I: Key points

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This blog expresses only my personal views, and not the one of any organization or institution I have worked or currently work for. At his opening speech at ICCM Patrick Meier has listed a number of topics that have been … Continue reading

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Internet Governance Forum: real time open data vs security and privacy

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I was invited to speak to a panel in the Internet Governance Forum on the 27th – 30th of September by AccessNow, on¬†Privacy and security in an open/realtime/linked data world. The goal of this workshop was to discuss open, realtime, … Continue reading

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