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#hacking | Accel’s new India fund, Slowing growth of AePS & more, Technology News, ETtech

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Accel’s new India fund What’s the news? Accel India, backer of leading technology startups such as Flipkart, Freshworks and Swiggy, has raised about $550 million for its sixth India fund, taking its assets under management to $1.5 billion. This makes Accel VI among the largest corpuses […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

Cyber Security Threats: Implications for Irish Fund Boards and Managers

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cyber Security Threats: Implications for Irish Fund Boards and Managers

This briefing assesses the potential impact of cyber-attacks, particularly in the context of the asset management industry in Ireland, and provides guidance for fund boards and managers regarding the appropriate procedures and systems that should be in place to adequately

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ESSA Grants Could Fund K-12 Mental-Health Support – Education Week

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Labor would fund child abuse redress scheme

Labor would commit at least $33 million to a national redress scheme, new redress agency and oversight council to compensate victims of institutional child abuse if they were to win the next election.

The Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse recommended the government establish a single $4.01 billion scheme, largely funded by institutions and backed up by government.

The Abbott government declined to commit to it, despite support from some of the states, saying it was too complex and it did not have a role picking up the bill for institutions that could not pay.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said $20 million of the funds would go towards setting up the redress agency to work with state and territory governments and institutions to compensate the estimated 60,000 victims, with an assumed claim of between $10,000 to $200,000 each.

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Hacker Transfer $1.7 million From School Fund

Social Engineering is a part of hacking technique which is easily be done. U.K.’s St. Aldhelm’s Academy loses $1.7 Million when they receive a Phishing Email – a Spoo email from their bank which asked for the bank account details.

The finance staff didn’t check for its authentication and gave all the details in reply to that e-mail. They even didn’t recognize it’s fake until they loss more than 1 million.

These were the funds taken as a loan from Department for Education’s Education Funding Agency for the building. The school is now paying it back without even using it in right place for what actually they taken for.

The school has placed a report and police is still investigating.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/hacker-transfer-17-million-from-school.html#.Vhwalvmqqko

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Arizona legislator wants lottery money to fund child sex investigations

PHOENIX — Thousands of Arizonans are trading in child pornography online and almost none of them are being investigated, said a state lawmaker who wants to spend leftover lottery money to help find and prosecute them.

“Children are being raped, tortured, abused — beastiality, the worst possible things that you can imagine, are occurring right here in Arizona, and we only have four full-time investigators in the entire state to proactively go after these guys,” Rep. Paul Boyer, R-Phoenix, said.

Boyer authored HB 2517, which would direct $5 million of leftover state lottery funds each year to the Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children task force.

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