The latest evolution in the cybersecurity threat landscape is the rise in attacks aimed at virtual event attendees.
Human resources departments have played an important role in leading airports through the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuring the safety and well-being of employees.
The crisis has reminded us that human resources management goes beyond compliance and paperwork, as HR departments have had to think outside the box in order to protect roles wherever possible, as well as support employees through these challenging times.
With non-essential investment set to fall, how will CIOs be spending their budgets in 2021? We look at what the priorities are and where we’ll see the most investment (and why).
As part of its Digital Egypt strategy, the Egyptian government is nurturing innovation and entrepreneurship, particularly for e-commerce and emerging tech like AI.
COVID has sparked a digital transformation within enterprises and a change in regulations, spurring a new set of remote-work norms and business practices and giving CIOs and other IT managers a new set of challenges.
Parallel to her move from academia to industry, Dr Mikela Chatzimichailidou worked towards becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng).
Supported by the IET’s Registration Engagement Manager, she’s continuing her Professional Development journey, and hopes to inspire other academics and professionals with versatile experience to apply for Professional Registration.
With negotiations at an impasse, a no-deal Brexit is looking ever more likely. If we get to Dec 31st without a withdrawal agreement, how will this affect the transfer of personal data between the EU and UK?
As part of its Digital Egypt strategy, the Egyptian government is undertaking a series of major investments in ICT education. Developed to strengthen and diversify the nation's economy by bolstering technological knowledge and innovation, a key component of the Digital Egypt project is to ensure that the country's large youth population has the technical skills it needs to excel in a tech-focused job market.
Deepfakes, also known as synthetic media, are spreading. Today, deepfake technology is most commonly used to create more realistic fake images or videos, but it can also be used to develop fake biometric identifiers such as voice and fingerprints.
Open source software supply chains are juicy targets for cybercriminals, who're taking advantage of the fact that many businesses aren't aware of what open source components they're using and where.