The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic caused an irrevocable shift in working practices around the globe. Companies were forced to rethink and restructure, creating new strategies to avoid disruption to their day-to-day interactions.
Big Data, blockchain and the Internet of things (IoT) have positively disrupted many Middle East and North African societies, economies and industries in recent years. However, with these technological advancements have come greater security risks.
Inspire Africa is in Cote d'Ivoire for a special edition of the show dedicated to the digital revolution that is ongoing on the African continent.
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Microsoft claims it has blocked cyber-attacks by Russian groups who the company says have links to the Kremlin and military
For football fans worried about their cybersecurity while they are in Russia for the World Cup, the UK's National Cyber Security Centre put together some guidelines to help keep their personal devices and accounts safe.
British newspapers have echoed concerns that air traffic control, hospitals, banks and energy supplies could be targeted
Calls for more uniform approach and better regulation amid mounting threats
People still believe in social networking but there is somewhere a doubt about security.
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The European Commission unveils new measures to tackle cyber crime, amid mounting threats; Estonia’s