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As threats to user data become increasingly sophisticated and complex, these new features join a suite of other protections that make Apple products the most secure on the market: from the security built directly into our custom chips with best-in-class device encryption and data protections, to features like Lockdown Mode, which offers an extreme, optional level of security for users such as journalists, human rights activists, and diplomats. Apple is committed to strengthening both device and cloud security, and to adding new protections over time.
iCloud already protects 14 sensitive data categories using end-to-end encryption by default, including passwords in iCloud Keychain and Health data. For users who enable Advanced Data Protection, the total number of data categories protected using end-to-end encryption rises to 23, including iCloud Backup, Notes, and Photos. The only major iCloud data categories that are not covered are iCloud Mail, Contacts, and Calendar because of the need to interoperate with the global email, contacts, and calendar systems.
The related keylogger protection feature was easier to test than BankGuard. I installed a popular free keylogger, typed some data into Notepad, typed into my browsers, and then typed in Notepad again. When I brought up the keylogger's keystroke-capture report, it showed no keystrokes between the two uses of Notepad.
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In both adults and children, the intake of free sugars should be reduced to less than 10% of total energy intake (2, 7). A reduction to less than 5% of total energy intake would provide additional health benefits (7).
A new WHO guideline recommends adults and children reduce their daily intake of free sugars to less than 10% of their total energy intake. A further reduction to below 5% or roughly 25 grams (6 teaspoons) per day would provide additional health benefits.
Worldwide intake of free sugars varies by age, setting and country. In Europe, intake in adults ranges from about 7-8% of total energy intake in countries like Hungary and Norway, to 16-17% in countries like Spain and the United Kingdom. Intake is much higher among children, ranging from about 12% in countries like Denmark, Slovenia and Sweden, to nearly 25% in Portugal. There are also rural/urban differences. In rural communities in South Africa intake is 7.5%, while in the urban population it is 10.3%.
The recommendation is further supported by evidence showing higher rates of dental caries (commonly referred to as tooth decay) when the intake of free sugars is above 10% of total energy intake compared with an intake of free sugars below 10% of total energy intake.
Reducing free sugars intake to less than 10% of total daily energy intake was recommended by the WHO Study Group for the first time in 1989 and was further elaborated by a joint WHO/FAO Expert Consultation in 2002. This new updated WHO guideline calls for further reduction of free sugars intake to less than 5% of total energy intake if possible.
The MCBS has been collecting data on Medicare beneficiaries for over 30 years and has conducted over 1 million interviews. The MCBS has three data releases annually as well as an annual Chart Book of key estimates from the survey. The MCBS provides a public use file (PUF) and accompanying documentation free for download on the MCBS PUF page. The MCBS PUF is an easy to use data file with select data items that allow researchers to conduct analysis on access to and satisfaction with healthcare, and medical conditions for Medicare beneficiaries living in the community. Additionally, there are two detailed data releases from the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS) that are released annually which can be obtained directly from CMS and require a data use agreement. All research requests for MCBS data for the two limited access data releases must be requested through the Limited Data Set File Process. You will find instructions here: Limited Data Set (LDS) Files.
Estimates in NCVS reports generally use data from the 1993 to 2021 NCVS data files, weighted to produce annual estimates of victimization for persons age 12 or older living in U.S. households. Because the NCVS relies on a sample rather than a census of the entire U.S. population, weights are designed to adjust to known population totals and to compensate for survey non-response and other aspects of the sample design.
NCVS data files include person, household, victimization, and incident weights. Person weights provide an estimate of the population represented by each person in the sample. Household weights provide an estimate of the U.S. household population represented by each household in the sample. After proper adjustment, both household and person weights are also typically used to form the denominator in calculations of crime rates. For personal crimes, the incident weight is derived by dividing the person weight of a victim by the total number of persons victimized during an incident as reported by the respondent. For property crimes, the incident weight and the household weight are the same because the victim of a property crime is considered to be the household as a whole. The incident weight is most frequently used to calculate estimates of the number of crimes committed against a particular class of victim.
Methodological changes implemented in 2006, including the decennial sample redesign that also occurred in 2016, may have affected the crime estimates for that year to such an extent that they are not comparable to estimates from other years. See Criminal Victimization, 2007 (NCJ 224390, December 2008) for more information on changes to the 2006 NCVS. Evaluation of 2007 through 2015 data from the NCVS conducted by BJS and the U.S. Census Bureau found a high degree of confidence that estimates for 2007 through 2015 are consistent with and comparable to estimates for 2005 and previous years.
Financial consumer protection is a critical complement to financial inclusion, in order to ensure that financial inclusion benefits consumers (especially those consumers new to the formal financial sector) and does not expose them to potential harm. We provide technical assistance in full range of consumer protection topics including disclosure, market conduct supervision, data protection and dispute resolution.
Data privacy and protection: technical assistance tools to help countries apply existing principles to the financial sector, with adaptations to address new risks posed by fintech and DFS such as risks related to big data, alternative credit scoring, discrimination, consent, algorithmic governance, etc.
In the private sector, the response to cybersecurity incidents (e.g., a distributed denial of service attack, unauthorized access to systems, or data breach) includes specific procedures that should be followed to contain the incident, to investigate it and/or to resolve the cybersecurity incident (Cyber Security Coalition, 2015). There two primary ways of handling a cybersecurity incident: recover quickly or gather evidence (Cyber Security Coalition, 2015): The first approach, recover quickly, is not concerned with the preservation and/or collection of data but the containment of the incident to minimize harm. Because of its primary focus on swift response and recovery, vital evidence could be lost. The second approach, monitors the cybersecurity incident and focuses on digital forensic applications in order to gather evidence of and information about the incident. Because of its primary focus of evidence collection, the recovery from the cybersecurity incident is delayed. These approaches are not exclusive to the private sector. The approach taken by the private sector varies by organization and the priorities of the organization. 1e1e36bf2d