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The US charged six current and former members of Russia’s military intelligence agency for allegedly carrying out some of the world’s most destructive hacking attacks from 2015 to 2019, including knocking out Ukraine’s power grid and causing almost US$1bil (RM4.14bil) in damage to three American companies.
Nearly nine out of 10 workers want to be able to choose whether to work from home or the office once Covid-19 workplace restrictions ease, and have greater autonomy over their hours, according to research from Cisco Systems.
Plans by China to draw up a blacklist of US technology firms might sound great to hardliners as a retaliatory measure against Washington DC, but would most likely backfire.
A variety of online tools and companies offering disinformation campaigns as a service are flourishing online, making it easier for state-sponsored and other hackers to mount such campaigns with little effort, the technology firm Cisco said in a report released Aug 26.
India’s Tata Group, the sprawling US$111bil (RM462.87bil) jewelry-to-salt empire, is getting a huge digital makeover.
Video-conferencing company Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Monday it had restored service to its US users after a partial outage left many unable to log in to work meetings or attend school classes remotely.
Video conferencing company Zoom Video Communications Inc said on Aug 24 it was trying to address a partial outage that left thousands of users in the United States unable to log in to work meetings or attend classes remotely.
Managing complex digital workflows will be critical to providing employees the services and experiences needed to do their jobs seamlessly and efficiently in the next normal.
More than a thousand Twitter employees and contractors as of earlier this year had access to internal tools that could change user account settings and hand control to others, two former employees said, making it hard to defend against the hacking that occurred last week.
US president Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has started running Facebook ads warning about the Chinese-owned app. ‘Foreign tech companies should not be kept out of the US market because of rumours and innuendo,’ analyst says.