European Commission opens a public consulation on cybersecurity

FYI. From the presser Cyber incidents can be triggered by accidents like natural events, human errors, technical failures or by more sinister causes such as malicious attacks, economic espionage, terrorism and state-sponsored activity. They can also have serious consequences for society and the economy when affecting critical sectors such as finance, health, energy and […]

Excuse me now while I loop

Today’s the day the Dáil rises for the Summer. Yes kids, it’s silly seasons for realz. Seems like the best time to put to sleep for while. In fairness, that blog has been asleep for a while. Why I am posting here so? Well, I started this post over yonder, and then it seemed to […]

Some thoughts on #tweetgate or They Shoot Tweets, Don’t They?

Twitter. Twitter. Twitter. Damn you, you old media folks. Such a rucus across yesterday evening’s political wonk radio and telly coverage. Ho, you made me spill my glass of milk! Panels on last night’s Radio 1’s Late Debate and TV3’s Later with Ivan Yates attempted to pick apart the BAI’s decision to uphold Sean Gallagher’s […]

BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2012

If you’re at a loose end this coming weekend, go along to the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS this week. You’ll enjoy it. Yes, really. I’ve been to the show a couple of times over the years. There were projects on weather, studies on crops, sexuality and society, web applications, teeny […]

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