18 May 2022

What the War in Ukraine Means

Amid the largely kinetic activity involving the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, numerous shifts in the cyber landscape are occurring. Leading up to the military invasion, Putin made overtures of cyber recourse to his global opponents. Over the last week, the cyber tables turned against him. In addition to Ukraine’s

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17 May 2022

Ransomware – a burgeoning geopolitical weapon?

Today, ransomware is treated mostly as a criminal problem, but there is an argument to be made for treating it as a geopolitical issue too. As such a cheap and easy way to steal money from large businesses, it’s no wonder that the CEO of the UK’s National Cyber Security

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16 May 2022

The Ukraine-Russia War’s Impact On The Supply Chain: Why MRO Optimization Is A Top Priority

If the Pandemic crippled the global supply chain, the war in Ukraine knocked it to its knees. The greatest supply chain challenge today is a prolonged Ukraine-Russia war. Beyond uncertainty, it creates barriers in the market, disrupting the movement of commodities like auto parts, oil, and grain. Moreover, this profound

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12 May 2022

A Vision For The Next Generation Of The World Wide Web

When Tim Berners-Lee and colleagues developed upon the work started by ARPANET with TCP/IP, they gave us back in 1990 the basis of the modern internet that we see today. As with all life-changing technologies, this was developed further, and by 1999, “Web 2.0” was a term that was becoming

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11 May 2022

NFTs: Functional Innovation or Cyber Weapons of Mass Destruction?

While the culture and buzz surrounding Web3 can be overwrought, it’s more than hype: after all, the concept has won enthusiastic support from Silicon Valley giants and venture firms alike. Unfortunately, there is a darker side to the technology, that has been overlooked, especially when it comes to Web3’s novel

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04 May 2022

Russia is losing the cyberwar against Ukraine, too

When Russia launched its all-out attack against Ukraine in February, the world expected the invaders to roll over the country quickly. That didn’t happen, and Ukraine today, though still under assault, has so far thwarted Russia’s ambitions to conquer it. Russia has also been fighting a quieter war against Ukraine, a

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03 May 2022

Three Looming Questions We Need To Answer Before The Metaverse Becomes Reality

As the CTO of a cybersecurity company, people often assume I obsess over all the bad things that could happen online. In reality, I’m a stubborn optimist. Particularly when it comes to technology, my default is to think about the positive implications of new developments before I think about the negative

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25 Apr 2022

North Korea Becoming Cryptocurrency-Hacking Central As Cyber Crimes Increase

Hacking, which involves gaining unauthorized access to data in a computer system or individual unit, is used to exploit weaknesses in computer systems or networks, either to harm organizations or governments or to steal online assets. In 2021, a hack impacted the Colonial Pipeline system in Houston, Texas. The system

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25 Apr 2022

Has Russia Already Lost the Cyberwar With Ukraine?

Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine has not gone to plan. As sanctions sink their teeth deeper into the Russian economy, and battlefield losses continue to pile up, the Russian leader has found himself with yet another headache, one that just months ago would have seemed absurd. Since the invasion began

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20 Apr 2022

NFTs: Functional Innovation or Cyber Weapons of Mass Destruction?

While the culture and buzz surrounding Web3 can be overwrought, it’s more than hype: after all, the concept has won enthusiastic support from Silicon Valley giants and venture firms alike. Unfortunately, there is a darker side to the technology, that has been overlooked, especially when it comes to Web3’s novel

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