Protection and Security in Distributed Systems II
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Protection and Security in Distributed Systems I
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Collection: Security Group 15 The Pyjamas INFO2009 0910
Collection: Security Group 15 The Pyjamas INFO2009 0910 - UNSPECIFIED Keywords:professional and legal issues
Security, Privacy and Technology
New technologies allow individuals, corporations and government entities to monitor, track and identify employees, customers and the general public. This panel provides a forum to discuss security and privacy in today's global economy.
Defining the Boundaries: Homeland Security and Its Impact on Scientific Research
In August 2001, MIT launched a review of the university’s commitment to unclassified research on campus. One month later, the events of September 11th gave this review a harsh immediacy, and transformed the discussion. New government policies that constrain the open exchange of information among scientists, Jerome Frie
National Security and Civil Liberties
Merrie Najimy’s father told her that “making the right decision isn’t always popular but making the popular decision isn’t always right.” Each of the speakers on this panel has taken an unpopular stand following September 11th. Najimy believes that the Patriot Act codified anti-immigrant passions fired up by the ter
Airline Security: Where are We?
The events of 9/11 unleashed a flood of security measures across all dimensions of daily life, many of them aimed at averting repeat attacks on aircraft. So you might imagine that the risks of flying have been much reduced. You’d be wrong, says Arnold Barnett, who has scrutinized the changes in air security regulations, and
OAW09: 4 - Security and Liberty: Striking the right balance
A panel discussion on the modern security challenge, chaired by Baroness Gillian Shephard and featuring Lord Bingham, Dame Pauline Neville-Jones, Baroness Daphne Park and Professor Timothy Endicott
Nutritional Anthropology Lecture 5: Political Ecology of Food Security (15 March 2010)
Professor Stanley Ulijaszek, of the Institute of Cultural Anthropology, Oxford, gave a lecture on 15 March 2010 forming part of the Nutritional Anthropology lecture series. It was entitled 'Political Ecology of Food Security'.
The relation between the neurobiology of morality and religion
Professor Patricia Churchland (University of California San Diego) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference.The commentator is Professor Julian Savulescu (Oxford)
Survey on opinions from national bioethics committees or similar bodies, public debate and national
The European Commission, DG Research (Directorate E: Biotechnology, Agriculture and Food) devised a survey during the Spring 2001 in order to compile opinion-based data from national bioethics committees and current national legislation in relation to human embryonic stem cell research. The data would be used to structure an informative debate on stem cells across Europe. The survey has been updated regularly in accordance with the continual monitoring of the societal dialogue, the ethical consi
American Society for Industrial Security ASIS International is a membership organisation for security professionals.
A subscription based service for members, the website has a glossary of security terms and a list of resources in the subject of security available to the public. In particular, the news room section contains a list of recent press releases. In addition, there are a number of full-text documents on various security issues along with relevant hypertext links to other websites.
ASIS International is a membership organisation for security professionals.
Militariam : political economy, security, theory
Organised by Centre for Global Economy, University of Sussex, to be held at University of Sussex Brighton United Kingdom from 2009-05-14 to 2009-05-15
International Society for Labour and Social Security Law World Congress 2009
Organised by International Society for Labour and Social Security Law, to be held at Sydney Australia from 2009-09-01 to 2009-09-04
Angola: Human Security Gateway
The Human Security gateway is a joint project of the Human Security report project and School for International Studies at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. It aims to provide researchers with a searchable database of links to key websites, full-text reports, journal articles, news items and fact sheets relating to human security worldwide. Human security is defined as the protection of individuals from wars, civil wars and violence. It website enables users to search or browse by country or t
Raising students’ performance in relation to NFER CAT (Cognitive Abilities Test) scores
This study looks at what teachers and students might do to raise the levels of educational performance of students.
Exploring the key role External Examiners play in relation to peer review and self-improvement proce
This project was designed to explore the key role External Examiners play in relation to peer review and self-improvement processes required in the Quality Management and Assurance aspects of Initial Teacher Training. Findings and recommendations are made for providers of ITT and their relevant Quality Assurance contexts. The report contains an ITT External Examiner Review Checklist Supported by a TDA Research and Development Award
The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)
The Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) is an international training centre for security policy based in Geneva. An international foundation with 40 member states, it offers courses for civil servants, diplomats and military officers from all over the world. Through workshops and conferences it provides an internationally recognized forum for dialogue on issues of topical interest relating to security and peace policy.
Security Risk Management Distance Learning Module
This course is divided into twelve chapters, each one based on a different aspect of managing risk in the field. The text is designed to be read from beginning to end, and in most instances a good understanding of the material presented in any chapter is required to fully appreciate the next. For the casual reader who only wants to review those chapters of most interest, however, references to important points in previous (and in some instances future) chapters are included where required for fu