With the increased need for ventilators due to COVID-19, manufactures are ramping up production to meet the soaring demand but are still falling short. Industrial heavyweights such as Ford, GM, Tesla, Dyson, and others have responded to the call by governments to address the ventilator shortage problem. Many have joined forces with MedTech manufacturers to convert their production facilities to assemble parts for ventilators.
While most of the world is trying to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, cyber criminals are not on lockdown. Cyber criminals are trying to take advantage of the emergency by stealing sensitive data, taking control of a user’s device and and then repurposing it to direct further attacks. In times of prolonged uncertainty, citizens expect protection.
As Coronavirus enforces unprecedented home working, hackers are also hard at work exploiting our fears. Insecure home networks are making this a giant cybersecurity challenge for employers. In the future, could homeworkers be forced to choose broadband from an ISP that has been security-approved by their company?
Increasing risk of cyberthreats looms as the world comes to a standstill from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. At
the same time, the global healthcare system struggles to address the growing number of people testing positive for the virus.
However, as we become an increasingly connected healthcare ecosystem, more vulnerabilities present themselves. There is a new wave of cyberattacks, particularly in healthcare, and it is imminent to “Safeguard against COVID-19 Personification,” as we take a look at securing critical healthcare services at risk.
If you ask over-the-top (OTT) providers who their top competitors are, their likely response is to name their biggest market rivals. But what about the pirates? …
Millions of people have been told to stay home. However, while social distancing and isolation continue to wreak havoc on the economy, streaming services is one sector of the entertainment industry that stands to receive a significant boost during this crisis..
Software is the invisible fabric that enables the world to interact, transact, and function. Software is at the heart of an amazing and bewildering explosion of functionality: from running your washing machine, to pumping your […]
With the Covid-19 crisis escalating worldwide, the intense focus on this pandemic is affecting everyone’s attention span in unprecedented ways. Distraction by an unknown threat means people not only seek refuge in reliable information, but often pursue a sense of community and/or withdrawal online. Some of the websites that are seeing higher than normal traffic and activity are productivity tools, web applications, and entertainment sites.
Millions of us are working from home as COVID-19 restrictions take hold. For some, Wi-Fi strength is going to be a significant challenge. How will this experience change the way we work – and choose broadband suppliers – in the future? And what can ISPs do now to prepare?
In spite of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) challenges engulfing communities and economies all over the world, ConExpo went ahead and delivered another awe-inspiring show. Handshakes were replaced with fist and elbow-pumps and a new level of human awkwardness; like some weird kind of middle-aged breakdancing.