All 10 groups were compromised at some point during the study, many of them through emails carrying booby-trapped attachments.Jamyang Palden, a 30-year-old Tibetan Buddhist monk uses We Chat app on his i Phone to leave a voice message for a friend in Tibet, in Dharmsala, India, Monday, Nov. Buffeted by constant cyberattacks, monks like Palden are being taught a new Information Age creed: 'Detach from Attachments.' The Internet safety slogan is an example of how human rights defenders are seeking creative ways to protect activists from electronic espionage.Room is set up with both meditation floor mats & traditional western chairs with back support.
It may be corny but trainer Lobsang Gyatso Sither says the humor works.Deibert says the plight of people like Palden is often lost amid a cybersecurity debate which focuses on attacks against Fortune 500 companies and high-powered defense contractors.(AP Photo/Ashwini Bhatia) "Ironically we are spotlighting the organizations that are the most equipped, that have the most resources and capacity to throw at the problem while leaving aside the organizations that could use the most help," Deibert said.It is the encounter between a collector and a place: the Tibet Museum shows the result of 30 years of passion for the art of the Himalaya.The visitor is invited to discover Buddhist Art within the framework of the renovated chapel of St.
Join Nalanda Institute faculty as they lead Tuesday and Thursday lunchtime meditation sessions at Tibet House.