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#deepweb | Transforming Food Systems Under a Changing Climate – Financing the transformation of food systems under a changing climate: key messages – World

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Citation

Millan A. 2019. Financing the transformation of food systems under a changing climate: key messages. Wageningen, the Netherlands: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).

**Permanent link to cite or share this item: **https://hdl.handle.net/10568/105874

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The global food system will need to produce food more efficiently and sustainably to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and meet the 2°C climate commitments of the Paris Agreement. As climate change affects food systems, governments, food and agriculture companies, and public and private investors need to better identify and address the numerous climate- related risks they face. This can also be an inflection point to take advantage of new investment opportunities that the transformation to low-carbon and resilient food systems presents. Climate-smart investments to transform food systems, however, are not yet at scale. This will require addressing core market failures to unlocking private sector financing from food and agriculture companies, domestic and international financial institutions, and specialized investors. Whilst this paper highlights the clear need and role for the former, it explores in greater depth innovative strategies to address the core market failures of the latter: 1) lack of deep pipeline of bankable projects, today; 2) high investment risk and lack of primary data/information asymmetries; and 3) lack of intermediation to efficiently connect different pools of capital to investment. Against this backdrop, CCAFS and its partners highlight a diverse set of policy options, innovative financial solutions, and strategies for how government, food and agriculture companies, public and private donors and investors can support the transformation to low-carbon and resilient food systems.

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Student #expelled for #hacking school #computer and changing #grades

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Student #expelled for #hacking school #computer and changing #grades

Student expelled for changing grades using keylogger

Under normal situations, a student wanting higher grades would mean extra effort and hard work and that’s usually a good thing. In this student’s case however, the school decided that its a bad thing when the hard work leads a student to hack into his school’s computer systems.

Greed did him in

The incident was reported in Kansas University (KU) where the student reportedly logged into the school’s systems and changed his grades from an F to an A. The student got the credentials needed to access the system by using a physical key-logger and installing it in one of the systems in the lecture halls.

The key-logger was a simple one, available for purchase online for as little as $20. Various KU professors while speaking to local news media said that the hack was only noticed because the student got too greedy with his grades. The professors also noted that the hack occurred last spring and was only noticed at the beginning of the new school year that too by chance. The teachers are hopeful that the University files a police complaint regarding this incident as a warning for any other student getting the same idea. This student’s name hasn’t been disclosed but he has been expelled for his actions.

Not a unique case

This isn’t the first reported case of students hacking into their school’s system to change grades. A Louisiana high school suspended 45 students at one stretch for hacking into the school’s computer systems to change their grades. Similar incidents have also been reported across the globe , most popular being one in Haifa, Israel where another student was expelled from The Technion Institute of Technology for hacking into his professor’s emails seeking any information that could be used to boost his grades.

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How to address the changing reality of cybersecurity

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The issues and challenges around cybersecurity are changing. In the past, cybersecurity models centered on placing a firewall around an enterprise and assuming everything inside that firewall was trustworthy and secure while everything outside of it was part of a malevolent world. With IP technology, the Internet of Things, and…

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You can’t keep changing men, so ……….

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Changing Technology Leads Evolving Cybersecurity Strategy

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Changing Technology Leads Evolving Cybersecurity Strategy

Dr. Jacob Shively, assistant professor of government at the University of West Florida, recently received a GROW Institute grant from the UWF Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to begin to look at the implications of technology and security policy. “My larger area of interest is national security and foreign…

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Adultery: New survey sheds light on changing attitudes in the digital age

Three-quarters of Americans believe that having sexual relations with someone other than their partner is “always” cheating, according to a new survey commissioned by the Deseret News and designed by Y2 Analytics and conducted by YouGov. The team polled approximately 1,000 Americans between March 17 and 19 examining attitudes about adultery. Questions ranged from following your ex on Facebook to having a one-night stand. Included in the survey, Adultery in the Digital Age, are attitudes about public figures and particularly a presidential candidate’s extramarital affair and its influence on how one would vote. Read More….

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Wife Catches Husband Cheating Over Tinder, So She Gets Her Revenge By Changing His Profile

This wife took a look at her beloved husband’s phone one day, only to find a Tinder logo in his notifications. She then realized that he had been using the dating app to cheat… So, naturally, the angry wife decided to make some changes on his profile and let the single ladies of the world know just who he really is! The husband has been identified as Mike, 29 years old, and boy did he get a surprise. Read More….

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Federal officials say their cybersecurity paradigm is changing

Federal officials say their cybersecurity paradigm is changingSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Technologies like cloud computing are changing the way federal agencies think about cybersecurity, with more emphasis on network resilience over perimeter security and an overriding need for automation, officials said Thursday. Cybersecurity today “comes down to automating your response. If … The post Federal officials say […]

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The Changing Role of the White Hat Hacker

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The Changing Role of the White Hat Hacker

The word “hacker” existed long before it entered the public consciousness as a reason to practice good cybersecurity habits. It goes back to the 1960s, where computer culture was developing at MIT. The Jargon File, a glossary for computer programmers …

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How APIs are Changing the Face of Enterprise Cybersecurity

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How APIs are Changing the Face of Enterprise Cybersecurity

Cyber threats today are more sophisticated than ever. They are specifically engineered to avoid traditional detection methods while silently siphoning data and assets from an organization or, even worse, disrupting the business. In fact, according to a 2015 study from

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