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Wikis for Learning and Collaboration
A wiki is a collaborative web site that collects and organises content, created and revised by its users. The most well-known example is Wikipedia. Wikis are a way to grow a knowledge base around a particular content area, be it best practices in a particular field or how to use a specific piece of hardware/software.
A hallmark of Web 2.0 is that it improves as more people use it and this approach underlies wiki-based learning. It is based on the idea that within any enterprise, a great deal of knowledge exists among the members.
Sharing this knowledge and information can raise the organisation’s intelligence level, be it a university, an association, a corporation or club.
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Our society, economy, and critical infrastructures have become largely dependent on computer networks and information technology solutions. Cyber-attacks become more attractive and potentially more disastrous as our dependence on information technology increases.
According to the Symantec cyber crime report published in April 2012, cyber-attacks cost US$114 billion each year. If the time lost by companies trying to recover from cyber-attacks are counted, the total cost of cyber-attacks would reach staggering US $385 billion.
Why cyber-attacks flourish? It is because cyber-attacks are cheaper, convenient and less risky than physical attacks Cyber criminals only require a few expenses beyond a computer and an Internet connection. They are unconstrained by geography and distance.
They are difficult to identity and prosecute due to anonymous nature of the Internet. Given that attacks against information technology systems are very attractive, it is expected that the number and sophistication of cyber-attacks will keep growing. Many cyber security experts believe that Deception is the key choice of weapon to carry out malicious intends to breach cyber security efforts in the cyberspace
Select and research one of the many types of Deceptions and briefly provide a description, deployment (methods) and countermeasures.
Conduct your own research and post a relevant “short” summary of your findings. (Stick to current data, not older than five years). Use not more than three (3) references.
Amoroso, E. G. (2012). Cyber-attacks: protecting national infrastructure. Elsevier.