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Information Security Governance Risk & Compliance Advisor

Start Date – ASAP Duration – 6 months (renewable) Location – Brussels Function Description: As an Information Security Advisor you will carry on the activities listed below: Perform Legal & Regulatory Watch. Ensure that all Information Security related authoritative sources are captured. Perform gap analysis to ensure that missing elements are integrated when & where

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Who Uses Linux, Free Software and Open Source?

Various governments are sufficiently heavy users that it would be difficult, more expensive, less stable or less secure for them to switch to anything else. Fore example, Cuba uses it as a question of sovereignty. They don’t want the CIA to be able to command that Microsoft inserts a back door into windows without telling

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Why Linux is the Best Operation System

For non-techie computer users, choosing the best operating system can be a daunting, if not frustrating, exercise. How do you choose between the obvious options Windows 7 and Mac OS X? Better yet, how does Linux stack up against these popular options? More to the point, why are many computer experts touting the versatility and

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Mac or Linux: The Better Option

Have you ever wondered whether live streaming events online are better seen on a computer that relies on the Mac or Linux OS? Or which of these two operating systems can successfully get a website to work at higher speeds, or freeze fewer times in a row? These next few lines should hopefully aid you

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History of Linux

We could say that the history of Linux originates in 1991 and has started with the work of Linus Torvalds, a Finish student who managed to create a free operating system kernel. Ever since, Linux has went through a series of changes, and it has managed to grow from a small number of C files

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