From the humble home radio to pocket-sized artificial intelligence, the last 100 years have been a technological whirlwind. Now as mind and machine prepare to merge, we look back nostalgically. See the infographic here:
Work environments are evolving, presenting new opportunities for cybercriminals to compromise company systems and networks. The shift to remote work has forced business owners to adapt, establishing technical measures to ensure remote productivity and security. Technical controls are vital to protecting company data, but all the technical solutions in the world aren’t enough to protect businesses if their employees aren’t fully trained in cybersecurity skills needed to protect oneself and ones business today.
Over a very short period of time, Covid-19 has helped business and education to replace and complement physical face-to-face channels by digital and online ones. This radical change also opened the way for more and better lifelong learning – via e-learning platforms.
A student for every computer and a computer for every student. That’s the educational model behind one-to-one learning environments.
Cybersecurity has been elevated from a mere operational consideration to an issue of international concern and cooperation. This year at the World Economic Forum, we even saw global business and political leaders at the highest levels make clear public commitments to greater openness, transparency and collaboration in the fight against cybercrime.
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