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. • Involved in: – Out-reach to protect children from the internet – Developing a tool (Saher) to monitor the national network for vulnerabilities and infections – Creating a system of audits which pro-actively makes the whole economy of Tunisia more resilient against cyberattacks – Organizing events to inform and sensitize the population of Tunisia Technical dimension of the problem • Lesson from the past: – Security should not be added retro-actively, but part of the original design • Fundamental tension between functionality and security • There is no known completely safe protocol: – One key is the human factor (NANOG, Security operators, etc..) – They explain why the system still works despite all its flaws and weaknesses … Getting out of the “Pay today or pay tomorrow” dilemma • Cybersecurity is not cheap, but ignoring it can cost dearly • Security industry is (so far) our only line of defense but it is also for profit • The extension of cybersecurity to the developing world also means revisiting some fundamentals of the economics of cybersecurity • Free or open source security tools are not on a par with commercial tools, today, but could become so tomorrow… A good idea for developing countries: Build National CERTs • National CERT should be: – the centralized repository of knowledge for the country (should be able to advise the government as well as private interests) – Coordinate the establishment of the cyberdefense at the national level (regulation, monitor the distribution of security tools and their upgrade, being able to clean the equivalent of conficker infection,…) – Stay abreast with the fast changing world of cybersecurity (collaboration with nations in similar situations • Does not need to start very large, as long as the nations organizes itself to have access to adequate technical expertise in case of emergency. • Learning by doing an important component • Ask the Tunisians… In fact does not mean what it seems. (...) Remarks • The Trojan used in that case was not detected by the major antivirus software • A new Trojan can be made specifically for such an attack and be completely invisible to antivirus software • Only skillful administrators could detect its presence early Encryption • One interesting and minimally explored aspect of Conficker is its • early and sophisticated adoption of binary encryption, digital signatures, • and advanced hash algorithms to prevent third-party hijacking of the • infected population. • In evaluating this mechanism, we find that the Conficker authors have devised a sophisticated encryption protocol that is generally robust to direct attack. – All three crypto-systems employed by Conficker's authors (RC4, RSA, and MD-6) also have one underlying commonality. (...) Rivest (http://groups.csail.mit.edu/cis/md6) • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ron_Rivest.jpg Conficker group Cabal April 1st Sophistication (dll malware) using sophisticated encryption For both Conficker, the agent is distributed and run as a dynamically linked library.
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Score: 1207302.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...-capacity-building-june-09.pdf
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Societies and their governments now require the right geospatial information and tools to respond to the national agenda and achieve sustainable development. (...) The GASGI assesses the areas by creating surveys of interest that capture relevant data using the latest in modern technology equipment, ranging from sonar, drones, and other sophisticated tools to measure the land and its impact on the environment.  (...) The UNDP expertise has allowed for more accurate data measurements to gather using sophisticated tools and protocols and compiled via the formulation of the logical framework to set results and guide implementation.
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Score: 1172897.4 - https://www.undp.org/saudi-ara...through-geospatial-information
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Basic knowledge | SFM Toolbox | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Forest Management Monitoring This module is intended for forest owners and managers involved in monitoring forest management. It introduces the concepts and common methods of monitoring and provides links to tools and case studies.  Basic knowledge In more depth Tools Cases E-learning Further learning Credits Criteria  and  indicators  (C&I) are tools for defining, guiding, monitoring and assessing progress towards SFM in a given context. (...) Monitoring systems vary in sophistication – they may use simple measuring tools and paper-based recording, or they may involve advanced electronic equipment.
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Score: 1165612.5 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...monitoring/basic-knowledge/en/
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IOT MANAGEMENT & OPEN & SHARED CITY GEO-LOCATION DATA DASHBOARD AND DATA AGGREGATION DATA CATALOGUE SUPPORT ANALYTICS TOOLS DIGITAL ID SERVICES DIGITAL PAYMENT PLATFORM AS A REAL-TIME / IN MEMORY (DUBAIID) GATEWAY (DUBAIPAY) SERVICE (PAAS) APP ENVIRONMENT Figure 11-1 – SDP Platform initial services The principal role of the SDP will be as technical enabler for the interconnection of data throughout the city and as technical incubator to new, seamless citywide services. (...) This new and integrated approach depends on interoperability and from the very outset it became apparent that no single vendor would have the capability to entirely provide such a holistic and technologically sophisticated digital platform. As a result, this demanded not only new budget models, but new thinking from vendors whereby they would not be just service providers but instead strategic partners working in harmony with shared vision and goals. (...) It also provides requisite sophisticated ICT skills to implement and manage the large-scale SDP platform and provide leading-edge services (e.g.
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Score: 1153478.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page108.html
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FAO - SFM Tool Detail: Forest nursery manual: production of bareroot seedlings FAO.org english français Español Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Toolbox Background Modules Tools Cases News E-learning Gateway Register Tool Details Forest nursery manual: production of bareroot seedlings Author Duryea, M.L., and Landis, T.D. (...) The growing size and sophistication of the Northwest bareroot-nursery industry underscore the pressing need for this up-to-date manual. Type of Tool Guidelines, manual, kits for trainers Scale of Application Forest Management Unit Region Americas Biome Temperate Forest Type Planted forest Primary Designated Function All Management Responsibility All Add Comment Contact us Terms and Conditions Data protection and privacy Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                             Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1130935.5 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...ools/tool-detail/en/c/1400838/
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The most recent trends include advanced tools such as sophisticated data analytics, automated decision-making systems, machine learning systems, and artificial intelligence. In the context of welfare administration, we focus on two common purposes for the use of such automated tools. First, we refer to digital tools that practitioners use to shape social policies, such as the generation of evidence and conducting risk assessments, cost-benefit analyses, and other tailored policy formation-related tasks. (...) Form early stages, profiling tool caused much confusion among clerks and unemployed people.
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Score: 1128618.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...erty/DigitalTechnology/LSE.pdf
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Launch of the Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform - Virtual event | FAO in Viet Nam | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english tiếng Việt FAO in Viet Nam Our office Programmes and projects News Resources Partners Launch of the Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform - Virtual event 21/07/2020 The Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform is being implemented as a supporting tool for the Hand-in-Hand Initiative. Hand-in-Hand (HiH) is an evidence-based, country-led and country-owned initiative to accelerate SDG1 and SDG2, using the most sophisticated tools available, including advanced geo-spatial modeling and analytics, to identify the biggest opportunities to raise the incomes and reduce the inequities and vulnerabilities of rural populations, who constitute the vast majority of the world's poor.
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Score: 1117350.3 - https://www.fao.org/vietnam/news/detail-events/zh/c/1298949/
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Launch of the Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform - Virtual event | FAO in Viet Nam | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english tiếng Việt FAO in Viet Nam Our office Programmes and projects News Resources Partners Launch of the Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform - Virtual event 21/07/2020 The Hand-in-Hand Geospatial Platform is being implemented as a supporting tool for the Hand-in-Hand Initiative. Hand-in-Hand (HiH) is an evidence-based, country-led and country-owned initiative to accelerate SDG1 and SDG2, using the most sophisticated tools available, including advanced geo-spatial modeling and analytics, to identify the biggest opportunities to raise the incomes and reduce the inequities and vulnerabilities of rural populations, who constitute the vast majority of the world's poor.
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Score: 1117350.3 - https://www.fao.org/vietnam/news/detail-events/en/c/1298949/
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Designing new interaction spaces through the UN Innovation Toolkit Two tools from the UN Innovation Toolkit – the  Innovation Storytelling  tool and the Embrace Failures tool – helped my teammates and I through the creative and innovation process that led to the launch of the “ Fireside Chats with IFAD Leaders” initiative . (...) Our previous point brings us to the second tool, Embrace Failures . We wanted the Chats to provide a comfortable and safe space where we could discuss people’s career development, achievements, success stories and experiences. (...) The Innovation Storytelling tool was particularly useful as it helped us identify the characteristics of our audience and select the appropriate communication method, channels and frequency of communication.
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Score: 1109655.9 - https://www.unssc.org/news-and...-chats-ifad-leaders-initiative
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I ssue No. 11 June 2014 Σ 160 O M C prov id ing ins ights on trade and tar i f f in format ion WWTOTOSSTATTATTTALKALK MEMBER W = 1 STATISTICAL DATABASES II--TIP: NTIP: NOWOW COVERINGCOVERING MOSTMOST WTO NWTO NONON--TTARIFFARIFF MMEASUREEASURE NOTIFICATIONSNOTIFICATIONS Two years after making public the WTO Integrated Trade Intelligence Portal (I-TIP - http://i-tip.wto.org/goods ), this tool now covers most non-tariff measures (NTMs) notified to the WTO (see table below).  Trade Defence Measures  Antidumping  Countervailing  Safeguards  Technical measures  Sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures  Technical barriers to trade  Quantitative Restrictions  Import licences (forthcoming)  NTMs from the Agreement of Agriculture  Special Safeguard  Tariff-rate quotas (forthcoming)  Export subsidies (forthcoming)  State Trading Enterprises After successfully resolving a series of classification and normalization issues, data users can now search the en- tire area of NTMs - by imposing and affected country, stock or flow dates, product and type of measure. This tool also allows a progressive sophistication of the user. (...) There are easy ways of getting comprehensive and consistent tables by product and by imposing country. A sophisticated user can search the information filtering data interpreted by WTO, grouping the affected countries, conduct product searches combining free-text descriptions and HS codes, or even taking into account ICS codes.
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Score: 1102228.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../statis_e/stattalk_jun14_e.pdf
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