Angebote zu "Connect" (47 Treffer)

Kategorien

Shops

Datenschutz
29,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Dieses Lehrbuch behandelt schwerpunktmäßig technische Maßnahmen, die den Schutz personenbezogener Daten sicherstellen. Dazu werden grundlegende Verfahren der Anonymisierung und der Gewährleistung von Anonymität im Internet (z. B. Tor) vorgestellt. Das Buch gibt einen Überblick über gängige Verfahren des Identitätsmanagements (z. B. OpenID Connect) und die in elektronischen Ausweisdokumenten (z. B. im Personalausweis) verwendeten Sicherheitsmaßnahmen. Die Datenschutz-Garantien der vermittelten Ansätze werden im Detail behandelt. Im Bereich des World Wide Web erfährt der Leser, wo die Probleme aus Sicht des Datenschutzes liegen und wie diese Lücken geschlossen werden können. Anonyme Bezahlverfahren und eine Untersuchung von Bitcoin runden den technischen Teil des Buches ab. Der Leser lernt Ansätze aus der Praxis kennen, um so je nach Anforderungen in der Systementwicklung das passende Verfahren auswählen zu können. Daneben werden die Grundlagen des Datenschutzrechts behandelt, weil das Recht auch Anforderungen an technische Lösungen stellt. Betrachtet werden das informationelle Selbstbestimmungsrecht, die Grundzüge des Bundesdatenschutzgesetzes sowie die Datenschutzbestimmungen des Telemediengesetzes. Beispielhaft werden datenschutzrechtliche Fälle bearbeitet.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Datenschutz
30,83 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Dieses Lehrbuch behandelt schwerpunktmäßig technische Maßnahmen, die den Schutz personenbezogener Daten sicherstellen. Dazu werden grundlegende Verfahren der Anonymisierung und der Gewährleistung von Anonymität im Internet (z. B. Tor) vorgestellt. Das Buch gibt einen Überblick über gängige Verfahren des Identitätsmanagements (z. B. OpenID Connect) und die in elektronischen Ausweisdokumenten (z. B. im Personalausweis) verwendeten Sicherheitsmaßnahmen. Die Datenschutz-Garantien der vermittelten Ansätze werden im Detail behandelt. Im Bereich des World Wide Web erfährt der Leser, wo die Probleme aus Sicht des Datenschutzes liegen und wie diese Lücken geschlossen werden können. Anonyme Bezahlverfahren und eine Untersuchung von Bitcoin runden den technischen Teil des Buches ab. Der Leser lernt Ansätze aus der Praxis kennen, um so je nach Anforderungen in der Systementwicklung das passende Verfahren auswählen zu können. Daneben werden die Grundlagen des Datenschutzrechts behandelt, weil das Recht auch Anforderungen an technische Lösungen stellt. Betrachtet werden das informationelle Selbstbestimmungsrecht, die Grundzüge des Bundesdatenschutzgesetzes sowie die Datenschutzbestimmungen des Telemediengesetzes. Beispielhaft werden datenschutzrechtliche Fälle bearbeitet.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Entangled Life
12,80 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

'A dazzling, vibrant, vision-changing book. I ended it wonderstruck at the fungal world. A remarkable work by a remarkable writer' Robert Macfarlane, author of Underland The more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them. Neither plant nor animal, they are found throughout the earth, the air and our bodies. They can be microscopic, yet also account for the largest organisms ever recorded. They enabled the first life on land, can survive unprotected in space and thrive amidst nuclear radiation. In fact, nearly all life relies in some way on fungi. These endlessly surprising organisms have no brain but can solve problems and manipulate animal behaviour with devastating precision. In giving us bread, alcohol and life-saving medicines, fungi have shaped human history, and their psychedelic properties have recently been shown to alleviate a number of mental illnesses. Their ability to digest plastic, explosives, pesticides and crude oil is being harnessed in break-through technologies, and the discovery that they connect plants in underground networks, the 'Wood Wide Web', is transforming the way we understand ecosystems. Yet over ninety percent of their species remain undocumented. Entangled Life is a mind-altering journey into a spectacular and neglected world, and shows that fungi provide a key to understanding both the planet on which we live, and life itself.'One of those rare books that can truly change the way you see the world around you. Astounding' Helen MacDonald, author of H Is for Hawk

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Entangled Life (eBook, ePUB)
14,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

'A dazzling, vibrant, vision-changing book. I ended it wonderstruck at the fungal world. A remarkable work by a remarkable writer' Robert Macfarlane, author of UnderlandThe more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them.Neither plant nor animal, they are found throughout the earth, the air and our bodies. They can be microscopic, yet also account for the largest organisms ever recorded. They enabled the first life on land, can survive unprotected in space and thrive amidst nuclear radiation. In fact, nearly all life relies in some way on fungi. These endlessly surprising organisms have no brain but can solve problems and manipulate animal behaviour with devastating precision. In giving us bread, alcohol and life-saving medicines, fungi have shaped human history, and their psychedelic properties have recently been shown to alleviate a number of mental illnesses. Their ability to digest plastic, explosives, pesticides and crude oil is being harnessed in break-through technologies, and the discovery that they connect plants in underground networks, the 'Wood Wide Web', is transforming the way we understand ecosystems. Yet over ninety percent of their species remain undocumented. Entangled Life is a mind-altering journey into a spectacular and neglected world, and shows that fungi provide a key to understanding both the planet on which we live, and life itself.'One of those rare books that can truly change the way you see the world around you. Astounding' Helen MacDonald, author of H Is for Hawk

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Entangled Life
12,80 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

'A dazzling, vibrant, vision-changing book. I ended it wonderstruck at the fungal world. A remarkable work by a remarkable writer' Robert Macfarlane, author of Underland The more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them. Neither plant nor animal, they are found throughout the earth, the air and our bodies. They can be microscopic, yet also account for the largest organisms ever recorded. They enabled the first life on land, can survive unprotected in space and thrive amidst nuclear radiation. In fact, nearly all life relies in some way on fungi. These endlessly surprising organisms have no brain but can solve problems and manipulate animal behaviour with devastating precision. In giving us bread, alcohol and life-saving medicines, fungi have shaped human history, and their psychedelic properties have recently been shown to alleviate a number of mental illnesses. Their ability to digest plastic, explosives, pesticides and crude oil is being harnessed in break-through technologies, and the discovery that they connect plants in underground networks, the 'Wood Wide Web', is transforming the way we understand ecosystems. Yet over ninety percent of their species remain undocumented. Entangled Life is a mind-altering journey into a spectacular and neglected world, and shows that fungi provide a key to understanding both the planet on which we live, and life itself.'One of those rare books that can truly change the way you see the world around you. Astounding' Helen MacDonald, author of H Is for Hawk

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Entangled Life (eBook, ePUB)
14,99 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

'A dazzling, vibrant, vision-changing book. I ended it wonderstruck at the fungal world. A remarkable work by a remarkable writer' Robert Macfarlane, author of UnderlandThe more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them.Neither plant nor animal, they are found throughout the earth, the air and our bodies. They can be microscopic, yet also account for the largest organisms ever recorded. They enabled the first life on land, can survive unprotected in space and thrive amidst nuclear radiation. In fact, nearly all life relies in some way on fungi. These endlessly surprising organisms have no brain but can solve problems and manipulate animal behaviour with devastating precision. In giving us bread, alcohol and life-saving medicines, fungi have shaped human history, and their psychedelic properties have recently been shown to alleviate a number of mental illnesses. Their ability to digest plastic, explosives, pesticides and crude oil is being harnessed in break-through technologies, and the discovery that they connect plants in underground networks, the 'Wood Wide Web', is transforming the way we understand ecosystems. Yet over ninety percent of their species remain undocumented. Entangled Life is a mind-altering journey into a spectacular and neglected world, and shows that fungi provide a key to understanding both the planet on which we live, and life itself.'One of those rare books that can truly change the way you see the world around you. Astounding' Helen MacDonald, author of H Is for Hawk

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Million Dollar Membership Site: The Build It an...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Discover the art of having strong retention rates for your membership site and learn how you can build a full time income from it! Are you not making the membership income you truly desire? Who else wants to rake in huge membership profits hand over fist without breaking a sweat?The internet has been called “the great equalizer”. Anyone who has access to a computer and an internet connection has the entire world at their fingertips. The World Wide Web bridges oceans and continents and brings people together. Since the internet came into civilian use in the mid-90s, websites containing useful information and entertainment have draw the most views.This rapid explosion of online presence has also brought about a new phenomenon: social networking. This technology is both advanced and human. It is advanced because it transmits information at lightning speed; it is human because it harnesses the human potential to connect, share, and communicate.Many enterprising individuals have also started websites that require paid membership; these websites contain information that is otherwise inaccessible to others. Discussion forums are another form of network that allows sharing of ideas and concepts among people with similar passions and interests. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lynette. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/148532/bk_acx0_148532_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce Are F...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

There's always been something universalizing about the Internet. The World Wide Web has seemed both inherently singular and global, a sort of ethereal United Nations. But today, as Scott Malcomson contends in this concise, brilliant investigation, the Internet is cracking apart into discrete groups no longer willing, or able, to connect. The implications of this shift are momentous. Malcomson traces the way the Internet has been shaped by government needs since the 19th century - above all, the demands of the US military and intelligence services. From World War I cryptography and spying to weapons targeting against Hitler and then Stalin, the monolithic aspect of the digital network was largely determined by its genesis in a single, state-sponsored institution. In the 1960s, internationalism and openness were introduced by the tech pioneers of California's counter-culture, the seed bed for what became Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple. But in the last 15 years, security concerns of states and the privatizing impetus of e-commerce have come to the fore and momentum has shifted in a new direction, towards private, walled domains, each vying with the other in an increasingly fragmented system, in effect a "Splinternet". Because the Internet today surrounds us so comprehensively, it's easy to regard the way it functions as a simple given, part of the natural order of things. Only by stepping back and scrutinizing the evolution of the system can we see the Internet for what it is - a contested, protean terrain, constantly evolving as different forces intervene to drive it forward. In that vital exercise, Malcomson's elegant, erudite account will prove invaluable. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jonathan Yen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028154/bk_adbl_028154_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot
Einstein's Wastebasket: The Future of Philosoph...
9,95 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

This book is a collection of distinct essays that explore the future of philosophy by critically examining 10 key texts on consciousness and artificial intelligence. These reviews, several of which were published as stand-alone pieces on Integral World in Europe, explore the ins and outs of what self-reflective awareness is and what it means to be human in an increasingly digitized world. What is perhaps most telling in these various books is not where they will be right, but where they will be wrong and what they didn't foresee. It is always illustrative and deeply informative to look back at what previous prognosticators had envisioned 20 to 30 years hence. Nicholas Negroponte's prophetic tome, Being Digital, published back in the early days of the World Wide Web (1995), was right on the mark on many of his predictions, but what he didn't foreshadow (at least not as clearly and cleanly) was how certain companies would monopolize the Internet. Today, Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft dominate the navigation habits of large chunks of the population. Moreover, few predictors realized how powerful Google search would become or how addicting smart phones would become to the general populace. So, books dealing with the future of philosophy and where we are heading technologically should come with a warning for readers/listeners: look to what is not being said and take what is being prophesized with some necessary grains of intellectual skepticism. Having been on the Internet since 1984 when I was getting my undergraduate degree at the University of California, San Diego, I am keenly aware of the amazing strides that have been made in the past three decades. I never would have imagined then how powerful our personal computers would become or how almost everyone would connect to each other hourly, if not minute-by-minute. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jennifer Dorr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/062038/bk_acx0_062038_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 04.08.2020
Zum Angebot