Only one in 10 people have ‘meaningful connectivity’ to fully benefit from the internet, a report by the Alliance for Affordable Internet has warned.
A collaboration convened by the World Economic Forum has formed a global consensus for baseline IoT security measures to protect consumers.
Billions of connected devices are in use worldwide today, with smart home devices growing rapidly. Now a global consensus for baseline security is emerging
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COVID-19 dominated the headlines and our lives in 2021, but there were reasons for optimism in the fields of medicine, technology and the environment.
Better governance of the IoT sector is needed if consumers are going to get the security and privacy they want from their internet-connected devices.
When it comes to malware, ransomware is one of the fastest-growing threats in recent history, with Emsisoft estimating the costs of ransomware stood at $7.5 billion for 2019 alone.
The amount of data and information in the digital universe effectively doubles every two years, and every minute 6 million people shop online.
From fitness trackers to much wider scale uses like the monitoring of natural disasters, the IoT is now integrated into our society.
While most of the focus is on getting everyone connected, experts at Lisbon’s Web Summit say making internet access more affordable and less complicated is also key.
As homes get smarter, the risk of being hacked and losing private data increases. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
Cyber-attacks on infrastructure (Cyber pandemic) services are on the rise. Hackers are exploiting the use of Internet of Things technology to disrupt critical systems.
The Global Lighthouse Network is a World Economic Forum initiative in collaboration with McKinsey & Company, helping to revolutionize sustainable manufacturing.
The C4IR Network centres are building scalable models to positively pilot and integrate regulations in law and industry standards.
The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred governments in Latin America to try and address the digital divide, with initiatives that include lowering internet prices.